Top Czech News Headlines: Wednesday, December 22, 2021

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  • The Czech Constitutional upheld a partial ban on the use of Segways in different parts of Prague, local media reported. Over 600 road signs were later put up that same year across Prague to indicate the zones and districts where Segways are banned.


  • In an interview with CNN Prima News, Milos Zeman backed said that former Prime Minister Babis would make a good candidate for Czech President in 2023.


  • The Czech Army is due to receive new machine guns at a value of up to CZK 1.12 billion after the Ministry of Defence completed a framework deal to buy them on Tuesday.


  • The current lord mayor of Prague, Zdeněk Hřib, is to run again for the post in local elections in the second half of 2022.


  • Karolina Muchova, a semi-finalist at the 2021 Australian Open, has withdrawn from next year’s tournament, the Czech world number 32 said in a statement on Tuesday.
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