The opposition Civic Democrats have rented andbegun moving to a new party headquarters in the Prague city centre, from its previous office at Pankrác plain. The 700 square metre space, complete with a downstairs reception area, and work areas for some 20 head office employees, will cost the party almost 200,000 crowns per month. The lease signed is for a three-year period, but the head of the right-wing party, Petr Fiala, made clear he hoped the site would be home to the Civic Democrats for longer. The party rented its former headquarters at Pankrác for five years. The new office will come into regular use in September.
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