Prime Minister Fischer indicated on Sunday that he would be voting for one of the centre-right parties in the upcoming elections. Speaking to Czech television, the interim prime minister said that he preferred practical and polite politics that does not entail throwing around money and that directs social expenditures where they are truly needed. Mr Fischer, who previously served as the head of the Czech Statistical Office, was nominated to his caretaker post by the Civic Democratic Party.
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