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MEPs want Brussels to act over Czech PM's alleged conflict of interest

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MEPs have voted overwhelmingly to issue proceedings against the Czech Republic's prime minister for breaches of EU law concerning an alleged conflict of interest.

Added on the 10/06/2021 22:27:17 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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