The Office of the President does not need to apologize for comments the president made about journalist Ferdinand Peroutka until the Supreme Court rules on the appellate complaint lodged by the Office of the President regarding the verdict. Czech Radio reported on Friday that the Supreme Court had postponed the deadline for an apology until it ruled on the complaint filed by Prague Castle. The ruling came shortly after the Office of the President was ordered to pay 100,000 crowns for failing to apologize.
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