Former Czech finance minister Ivo Svoboda was released from prison on Thursday. Mr Svoboda, who served under Social Democrat prime minister Miloš Zeman, had served three years of a five-year term for fraud. His former party colleague Barbora Snopková was convicted alongside him for fraud committed in the running of a pram-making company. She began serving her term before Mr Svoboda and was released in August.
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