Havel probably breached law with c bank account

CZECH REPUBLIC - President Vaclav Havel has probably been violating the law for many years, the tabloid Super writes today.

Havel had a personal account at the Czech National Bank (CNB) in 1989-1998 although, according to the law on the central bank, only CNB employees or legal entities such as budget-financed and budget-subsidised organisations can be CNB clients, the paper writes.

"It is true that Mr Havel had an account at our bank but now it is a matter of the past," CNB spokesman Pavel Zubek

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