The opposition Social Democrats criticized Prime Minister Nečas’s performance at the EU summit. The party’s leader, Bohuslav Sobotka, said at a news conference on Saturday that because the Czech Republic was going to receive less EU funding under the next budget it meant Mr. Nečas – and the country – had been defeated in Brussels. The Social Democrarts’ deputy chairman, Lubomír Zaorálek, said the outcome reflected the approach of the Czech Republic’s diplomats and the country’s foreign policy.
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