Chief-of-staff to the former prime minister Petr Nečas, Jana Nagyová, has been found guilty of abusing the country’s military intelligence. A Prague court handed her a 12 month suspended sentence and a four year ban on working in public service. Ms.Nagyová, who recently married the former prime minister, commissioned the intelligence service to spy on his wife in a scandal that brought down the centre-right government in June of last year. The state attorney on the case has said he will appeal the decision.
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