Czech PM Andrej Babis (ANO) wants to ask the lower house security committee to hear the three top state attorneys next week in connection with his criticism of General Inspection of Security Corps (GIBS) director Michal Murin, he said after a meeting with the attorneys on Thursday. Babis met Supreme State Attorney Pavel Zeman, Prague High Attorney Lenka Bradacova and Olomouc High Attorney Ivo Istvan at a session of the National Security Council (BRS) board. "I will ask [the committee] to invite them to its meeting and hear their briefing on how the GIBS works," Babis told a press conference. He said last spring Istvan had sent documents to the former government, of which Babis was a member, which proved that Murin was unreliable. Earlier, the GIBS said Babis was exerting pressure on Murin to resign.