The Civic Democrats have filed a complaint with the Constitutional Court over the charging of former party leader and prime minister Petr Nečas on suspicion of bribery. Twenty-seven MPs from the deputies groups of the Civic Democrats and TOP 09 have signed the complaint, a spokesperson for the former party said on Tuesday. Mr. Nečas is accused of having bribed three then Civic Democrat MPs with lucrative posts at semi-state companies in 2012 for not toppling his government. The three were charged with bribe-taking last summer but released under parliamentary immunity. Mr. Nečas’s government fell in the wake of the police operation, in which his then chief aide and future wife Jana Nagyová was also charged.
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