The police believe that then prime minister Petr Nečas was aware that his chief of staff Jana Nagyová had ordered the intelligence services to monitor people, Mladá fronta Dnes reported on Tuesday. Ms. Nagyová, who is now married to Mr. Nečas, is accused of having military intelligence officers spy on his then wife. A document from the police’s organised crime unit obtained by Mladá fronta Dnes says that all their information indicated that Mr. Nečas was one of at least three other people who knew about Ms. Nagyová’s actions. Mr. Nečas’s government collapsed in the wake of the arrest of Ms. Nagyová and others last year.
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