Two candidates are in the running for the post of police president, vacated by the resignation of Martin Pecina in February, the ctk news agency reports. One of the candidates is Pecina’s former deputy Tomáš Tuhý, who is presently running the force as acting police president. The second candidate is the head of the Inspection Agency of the Police Force Dušan Brunclík. The next police chief will be selected by a special commission. A decision is expected early next week.
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