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Czech republic  |  November 20, 2012 13:23:35

Ústí nad Labem has Governor, it became a communist Oldrich Bubeníček


Usti nad Labem (MEDIAFAX) - At its inaugural meeting on Tuesday elected regional councilors Usti expected to captain Ulrich Bubenicek of Communists. Polistopadovým is the first Communist elected governor in the Czech Republic.

Regional councilors elected governor and two deputies. Proposal to vote secretly, as suggested by club representatives ODS failed.

Became first deputy Stanislav Tern (Communist Party), received 32 votes, the second post will occupy JanaVaňhová (CSSD), thirty representatives voted for it.

Usti Region will have eleven advice. Communists occupy six seats, the rest of the Social Democrats.

For communists are Cachetová Jitka, who will be in charge of culture and conservation, Jaroslav Komínek transport and road management, Ladislav drlý assets and investments and the unreleased councilor Peter Vomáčka Social Democrats sent to the councilFrancis Pelant, Arno Fiser, John and Martin Szanto crank.

Last week signed the coalition agreement, which divides competencies in five committees. Tax and national minorities shall preside communists, educational and medical social democrats and control of ODS.

The Communists won the regional elections in the Usti Region pětapadesátičlenném twenty seats in the assembly, followed by the Social Democrats ended up with thirteen armchairs, Severočeši.cz followed with nine, with seven seats ODS and movements for the county are left six.

Alice Klaubenschalková, klaubenschalkova@mediafax.cz

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