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Czech republic  |  November 06, 2012 10:28:27

Negotiations Deputies decide the fate of the government Nečas


PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - Laws vetoed by the president or consolidation package, which increases VAT and introduces a new seven percent tax on those who earn over a hundred thousand crowns a month, should discuss the deputies of the assembly, which begins on Tuesday. Whether the government will have enough votes, but it is a big unknown.

Last week, the coalition government agreed to interrupt the meeting lower parliamentary chamber to 6 November. Splitting of the Civic Democrats not only found consensus for the consolidated package, but Chief Whip ODS Zbynek Stanjura admitted that neither the approval of other government laws ODS would not have enough votes.

The situation was calm and clarify ODS weekend congress in Brno, where the elected leadership of the party complete. Petr Necas presidential mandate upheld, but the so-called rebels stretch farther side.Congress recommended to respect the majority opinion and voted for the consolidation package. If you do not follow the recommendations, they should be the first vice-president of Cuba Martina excluded from parliamentary club. The package should be voted on Wednesday, on Tuesday morning will be with the rebels one ton ODS parliamentary club.

Probably the most watched Tuesday's meeting point of Deputies president will veto laws implementing the pension reform. Václav Klaus to his veto earlier said that pension reform is a fundamental change in the social system, which has a long term effect and affects every citizen, and therefore its content, preparation and implementation of the company require the broadest possible consensus. "In this case, such a consensus in the scientific sphere, in the political arena and in society there," Klaus said earlier.

The vetoed law on pension savings adds a standard that will act up three percentage points from social insurance (it now stands at 28 percent) in private funds. People, however, they will also have to connect two percent of their gross salary. Their approval is thus necessary to run the pension reform. Members of the ruling coalition even has previously stated that failure to approve the implementing legislation, it will be necessary to consider the postponement of the entire reform.

Members will also attempt to override Klaus's veto on the amendment, according to which foster care should receive priority over institutional education. The aim of the amendment is to create legal conditions for systematic work with families to ensure that children remain in the family or substitute family environment.

It also establishes rules for the activities of employees of social-legal protection of children, who will look after assessing the situation for each child individually optimal solution. It also provides such quality standards. These apply to both the social-legal protection of children and the listed persons authorized to exercise social and legal protection. In case the child will not be able to remain in their home environment, as will many other solutions in the boarding foster care, except in cases where the institutional education evaluated as the best solution in the interest of the child.
The third standard, the president vetoed again and so returned to the Chamber of Deputies, the amendment to the Criminal Code, which is intended to address overcrowding in Czech prisons. Klaus did not like it at that assumes that prison directors should decide who will be prematurely released.

Now prison directors, however, have by most standards submitters of information on convictions and can best assess the extent of the rehabilitation. The Director should to recommendations for dismissal also take into account whether the time came sentenced to prison or replaced or otherwise atone for the damage he caused. The amendment also counts that would reduce some of the criteria on which the assessment of the proposal for conditional release looks on. It should also reduce the current annual period, after which the condemned to repeat earlier rejected a request for conditional release. MEPs want this to be only a six-month period.
Next president vetoed the norm on the agenda will be an amendment to the law on misdemeanors, which allows for example the fact that the perpetrators of repeated offenses could get up to a three-month ban on residence in the village, where the offenses committed, such aspickpocketing, noise curfew, illegal use of alcohol to minors, or contamination of public areas. According to President Klaus is such a standard unconstitutional and could have problems with its implementation.

"The amendment Offences Act consider other evidence of dangerous and increasingly stronger trend solve social problems instead of criminalizing them eliminate their causes. Prohibiting their residence municipality particular issue, but it temporarily moves to the neighbors," Klaus said earlier.

Negotiations House begins Tuesday at 14.00.

Jan Drahorád, drahorad@mediafax.cz

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