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Czech republic  |  November 27, 2012 10:29:40

Kubice Minister defends its officials to decide on the accuracy of the calculation, the court

PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - A variant of the calculation they used during signature checking presidential petitions officials of the Ministry of the Interior, is declared since the start of the preparation of the implementing law, defended on Monday his subordinates Interior Minister Jan Kubice. According to him, the whole of the correctness of the procedure the court.

"As with everything that is new and implements the first time, also in this case there are doubts and speculation about the method of preparation. This is understandable, and I see nothing wrong with it," said Kubice in its Monday statement.

Ministry of Interior, according to him, acceded to the preparation of direct elections responsibly and seriously, "much discussed in the implementing law for the direct election of the president is a well-defined procedure and time limits, which are governed by these preparations.I can say only one thing and that is that the Ministry of Interior will proceed normally under the Act so that the first ever direct election of the President of the Czech Republic took place within a specified time. "

Kubice also rejected criticism of their resort, according to many experts use illogical and incorrect calculation when checking the validity of signatures on petitions.

"Of course I understand that there may be other interpretations of the law in respect of the calculation of valid votes than the chosen ministry officials, however variant, they used, was publicly declared from the very beginning of the preparation of the law. Believe that it is better in such cases to maintain continuity of interpretation, than random methods of calculation and change on the fly, "explained Kubice.

Next steps before 14 December 2012, when they will toss numbers of registered candidates, according to the Interior such that the only institution that can decide whether the chosen method used correctly by the court.

"Now it is up to the Supreme Administrative Court to decide whether it inclined to our interpretation of the law, or whether it prefers a different interpretation. Until the court decides, we will follow his decision," concluded Kubice.

Philip Nachtmann,

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