President Miloš Zeman on Friday proposed the chief justice of the Czech Constitutional Court, Pavel Rychetský, for another 10-year term. The president last week nominated another three judges for the top court: Supreme Administrative Court judge Kateřina Šimáčková, Supreme Court judge Ludvík David and Constitutional Court justice Miloslav Výborný. The Czech Senate is set to vote on the nominations by the end of next month. In April, President Zeman appointed three judges to the Constitutional Court which was facing paralysis as the mandates of seven of its 15 judges expire this year.
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