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Czech republic  |  November 06, 2012 10:28:29

Social Democrats and Communists signed a coalition agreement Hradec Kralove region, the Governor should remain Franc

Hradec Kralove (MEDIAFAX) - The coalition contract management Hradec Kralove region signed a joint meeting on Monday in Hradec Kralove representatives of the Social Democrats and Communists. Governor would have us remain Lubomir Franc, she said the agency Mediafax County Chair of Social Democrats and deputy Hana Orgonikova.

"We discussed the text of the coalition agreement and staffing. Council members for the Social Democrats and Communists document has already been signed. We agreed that in the nine-county council will meet six Social Democrats and three communists," said Orgonikova.

The Social Democrats have proposed for the next four-year term at the head region of the current governor Lubomir France (CSSD). The Secretary for Transport and road economy should be his fellow Karel Janecek, Deputy Regional Development Regional Chairman KSCM Otakar Ruml.

The Board shall continue to be social democrats Joseph Taborsky, who should be in charge of the economy, as well as John Třešňáková, which would still have to worry about health care, and Jan Tippner, which should remain agriculture and the environment. Councilor for investment should become Josef Dvořák (CSSD), Social Affairs should manage communist Josef Lukášek education and his party colleague Tanya Šormová.

Proposals must be approved by the regional council members at the inaugural meeting in the coming days.

Bohuslav Štepánek,

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