Vladimir Kremlik will replace Tka, Karel Havlicek will take over the industry and Marie Benesova will be head of the judiciary. President Miloš Zeman will appoint new ministers on Tuesday afternoon at two in the afternoon.
"I'm four years old retired, so I'll decide if I'm going to do something or not. I still do not know that," Nováková said when he arrived at the Straka Academy.
The former president of the Confederation of Commerce and Tourism was mainly remembered for his statements on expensive mobile data. She said Czechs can do this alone because they do not buy them.
Minister of Transport Dan Ťok at the government meeting on Monday
PHOTO: Jan Handrejch, Pravo
She was also criticized for the fact that, at the request of the Chinese ambassador, the ministry had a representative from Taiwan of a meeting of foreign investors with representatives of the Ministry of Industry of the Czech Republic.
The Priestess will remain a government legislature
In government, it ends at its own request. "I feel more and more happy to leave, the topics are more complex and complex," said Ťok, who also composed the parliamentary term, "he does not know what to do yet." The plan is to get used to not having to think about what I'm going to do the next day at the office and start practicing, "he told the News.
Despite being frequently criticized by the opposition and the public, he has so far been the oldest transport minister. He entered the resort under the Sobotka government in 2014 as a non-party to the YEAR movement.
Minister for Justice Jan Kněžínek (for the SIM)
Photo: Milan Malíček, Právo
For example, he was criticized for last year's D1 snow calamity. Another problem dealok dealt with was the freeway billboards.
Kněžínek will continue to act as a government legislature. However, several speculations arose about his resignation from the post of minister. In particular, the opposition pointed out that the leadership of the Judiciary came when police proposed to prosecute Prime Minister Babis for the Stork's Nest case.
Brabec to cease to be deputy prime minister
In government there will be roque up to the post of deputy prime ministers. In addition to Jan Hamáček, the first vice-president (ČSSD), Havlíček and Alena Schillerová (both for ANO) will become the former deputy prime ministers.
On the other hand, the Minister of the Environment, Richard Brabec, will be the deputy prime minister and deputy prime minister in the first government of Andrej Babiš and in the government of Bohuslav Sobotka.
"It was agreed from the outset that when someone came to take over the economic agenda, he would replace me. That does not mean anything to me, I'm not a collector of business card titles," Brabec said on Monday.
"I do not think I would be in disgust with the prime minister, it's a fabricated case. I'm glad it's raining," he added.