Prime Minister Nečas says his centre-right government has shown it is capable of pushing through planned key reforms in its first 100 days in office and done a good job even when taking certain unpopular steps. Mr. Nečas said that the economisation in each of the ministries was a clear sign that his is a government of budgetary responsibility. The opposition criticises the coalition’s planned reforms, saying they are socially insensitive, and blames the government for refusing to communicate with them.
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