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Czech republic  |  December 28, 2012 11:46:08

The House and the government are the least trusted institutions in the country, says survey


PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - Czechs believe at least Deputies and Nečas government said in a survey released Thursday by the STEM agency. MPs trusts 18 percent, 17 percent ministers and the Prime Minister 25 per cent of people.

Prime Minister according to the agency as the only offend against last year, yet the fact remains that he and the Leader of the House also Miroslava Nemcova have significantly higher confidence than an institution which preside (Němcové believe 39 percent of people). Increased confidence in the Constitutional Court and its President Paul Rychetský.

The December survey recorded at many institutions remains very low confidence, compared with data from a year ago, however, confidence in these institutions usually longer decreasing and there was some slight improvement.

Confidence in the House of Commons is very low, but it is not worse than a year ago (16 percent). The Senate about a quarter of its population confidence in maintaining (25 percent last year, this year 27 percent) substantially over the last ten years. Reverse the position of chairman of the chamber. Confidence in the President of the Senate of Milan Štěch from "his" chamber too different, while President of the Chamber of Deputies Miroslava Nemcova still among the relatively credible in the country (39 percent believe her people).

Confidence in the members of the government of Petr Necas has stagnated at very low levels (before 16 percent, 17 percent this year, there are a clearly negative evaluation). Confidence in the Prime Minister is still somewhat higher than in the members of the government, even when compared to the end of 2011 declined slightly (currently 25 percent, 28 percent last year).Confidence in President Vaclav Klaus after falling in the spring of 2012, increased again over the 50 percent now believe the president 52 percent of the citizens.

Relatively high, and in the context of other constitutional institutions surveyed and their representatives clearly the highest, is still confidence in the Constitutional Court and its President Paul Rychetský. Confidence in the Constitutional Court in the long term from the 90th years was about two-thirds of the population since 2008 and disputes over early parliamentary elections oscillates confidence in him about 60 percent. Before the Constitutional Court believed 57 percent, now 63 percent, and so you better off compared to last December and Constitutional Court chairman Pavel Rychetsky (from 57 percent trust in December 2011 to 62 percent now).

STEM agency conducted a survey at the beginning of December this year and was attended by 1,074 respondents.

Jitka Zadražilová, zadrazilova@mediafax.cz

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