Assessing his first one hundred days in office, Prime Minister Petr Nečas on Tuesday praised the coalition government’s unity and its dedication to fiscal reform. The prime minister said the three party coalition of Civic Democrats, TOP 09 and Public Affairs had shown itself to be a stable alliance, dedicated to fulfilling the set goals. He praised the broad consensus reached on this year’s and next year’s budgets but said the most important reforms were still to come. Mr. Nečas was officially appointed prime minister on June 28th, his cabinet received a vote of confidence on August 10th.
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