11. 12. 2019
A court has ruled that the elections to the local authority in Strakonice must be repeated on Saturday 14 December 2019.
9. 12. 2019
On International Anti-Corruption Day each year, NFPK recognises with Prizes for Courage figures who are unafraid to call out instances of corruption or possible clientelism.
Non-governmental organisations warn against dilution of the plan to introduce the territoriality of enforcement officers
5. 12. 2019
The undersigned non-governmental organisations, whose mission is to fight corruption, warn strongly against proposals by some to weaken two bills that introduce the territoriality of enforcement officers.
4. 10. 2019
NFPK organised an Anticorruption Academy today at the Automotive and Information Technologies Secondary School in Prague’s Hostivař borough.
16. 9. 2019
A recording of the whole discussion is available at the link below.
11. 9. 2019
NKPF held a panel discussion, which clarified for the expert and general public the arguments for and against the introduction of territoriality to the work of Czech enforcement officers.
7. 8. 2019
Last week, the government passed an “anticorruption” bill against lobbying. However, following intervention by an anonymous lobbyist, associated with the President’s Office, the Czech government silently deleted this point, that regulates lobbying activities in the presidential environment, from the agenda.
26. 6. 2019
At a mews conference today, NFPK presented and launched the book, Time for Oligarchs, Their Lackeys and Foes, written by NFPK lawyer Ondřej Závodský. This publication has no godfather or patron, since fighting “godfathers” of any hue in public life is the core mission of the Anticorruption Endowment.
23. 5. 2019
The case of František Mráček, a NFPK Prize for Courage awardee, made a quantum leap forward today. Prague 5 District Court upheld his case, seeking damages and back-payments for the period in which he found himself unlawfully demoted from his position.
17. 5. 2019
The “ticket affair” of DPP today resulted in meting out a verdict at the Court, pending appeal. The court found no criminal offence occurred and acquitted the defendant. The public prosecutor instantly appealed against the verdict.