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Czech senators challenge online register of contracts

November 2nd, 2017

Some 30 Czech senators have filed a complaint against the law on the online register of public contracts with the Constitutional Court, arguing that the law may cause huge damage to the public sector, Social Democrat senator Radko Martinek told CTK on Thursday. Martinek said the law threatens public property in an unprecedented way, increases the bureaucratic burden too much, introduces inequality in public competition and negatively affects companies with a public owner. Damage worth billions of crowns may be caused if the law is applied, and some institutions and organisations controlled by the public sector may even cease to exist due to the law, the senators write in the complaint.


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