Czech News Headlines: Wednesday, January 26, 2022

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  • According to the Czech Statistical Office, the average net income per person in Czech households in 2020 was CZK 220,100, an increase of CZK 10,352 from 2019. The monthly average net income per person was CZK 18,342.

  • Some 800 supporters of the DOG Croaked anti-lockdown movement demonstrated against the adoption of a government amendment to the pandemic law in Prague, before MPs gathered to debate the draft legislation.

  • The Czech Republic is not for now ordering the evacuation of staff from its embassy in Ukraine due to the threat of a Russian invasion, said the country’s foreign minister, Jan Lipavský.

  • The former head of the Czech Republic’s Energy Regulation Office, Alena Vitásková, is to stand for president. The 65-year-old announced her decision in a statement issued on Tuesday.


  • Flats continue to get more expensive. In the last quarter, prices in Ústí nad Labem increased by 61 percent year-on-year, to an average of CZK 37,300 per square meter. In Prague, the average price per square meter has risen by 16%, reaching CZK 120,800.
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