The property declaration of President Miloš Zeman’s chancellor has been made public. Vratislav Mynář presented the document to TOP 09 and Mayors MP Věřa Kovářová on Tuesday and she posted it on the web with his permission. However, there has been a surprised reaction to the lack of information in the declaration, which states that in 2013 Mr. Mynář did not buy property, have debts or receive any gifts. His move came days after the TOP 09 and Mayors parliamentary group criticized the president for his support for a government bill on the declaration of assets; it said Mr. Zeman’s move was hypocritical given that Mr. Mynář had failed to produce a property declaration after more than two years at Prague Castle.
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