Czechs hit out at financial disclosure reports

The Czech National Bank has warned that the publication of senior employees' financial position is illegal after press reports emerged detailing the expenditures of senior staff members.

Prominent Czech officials must declare their properties, capital gains, mortgage payments and external earnings as part of Prague's anti-corruption drive.

The information is publicly available but must not be publicised through the media. However,, the online news service of the daily newspaper Pra

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