June 27, 2010
Czech President Vaclav Klaus will name Civic Democrat leader Petr Necas as the next prime minister on Monday, ushering in what should be the strongest government in a decade to tackle economic reforms.The Civic Democrats are leading coalition talks with two other center-right parties, TOP09 and Public Affairs, after the three won a combined 118 seats out of 200 in a May 28-29 election with pledges of austerity and fighting corruption.If the three parties agree on a coalition government they would have a strong majority to kick-start key reforms in pensions and healthcare compared with previous cabinets over the last decade which lacked a strong enough majority and the will to reform.
Talks between the parties have dragged because of disputes over policy and ministerial posts, including who should run the important finance ministry. Necas has said he wants a deal by early July, in time to prepare the 2011 budget.
“Tomorrow at 10 a.m. I will name Petr Necas as prime minister,” Klaus said on Sunday in a live television interview.
Petr Nečas was born on November 19th, 1964 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petr_Ne%C4%8Das
11 +19 +2+0+0+9 = 41 = his personal year (from November 19th, 2009 to November 18th, 2010)
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