Mayor Kolář about the Hlubuček affair: How can anyone be so stupid? The most serious corruption case in Prague!
During the interview, Kolář also provided himself with the Dosimeter case, which had a huge impact not only on Prague, but also on TOP09. Even in this party, heads fell – namely Marek Doležal and Jiří Fremr. But Kolář did not want to speculate on whether another would fall.
“Our presidency has adopted a resolution that is very good and says that everyone in TOP09 who has a black conscience should leave, and I assume that in TOP09 people are mentally and morally at the level that they take it seriously and whoever it’s black or a little gray, so he leaves, “ stated at Kolář in Epicenter when asked how TOP09 is doing.
The signals, whether anyone is in TOP09, did not say such. But he mentioned that he sees some names in the media. The presenter also mentioned one of these in the broadcast. This is MEP Jiří Pospíšil, who was supposed to have “toxic” contacts with the controversial businessman Redl. Hastened the mistake he refuses. “I don’t know if it will break his neck. If he feels responsible, he will deduce something from it himself,“Kolář said to Pospíšil.
According to him, this is the largest corruption case in Prague. “I rather wonder how someone can be so stupid,” Kolář wondered when asked about the Hlubuček case.
Kolář’s name can also be heard in the “Dosimeter” case. He met Petr Hlubuček, who was in office in Lysolajy, as a man who was in office in the neighboring territory.
“I didn’t know him, I didn’t really talk to him, actually.” he pointed out in the broadcast. According to him, he cooperated little with Hlubuček and during the personal meeting he felt like a “dude” – not in a good way. “It must be said that that part of Prague works, we did a lot of interesting things and we never really needed Mr. Hlubuček for that,” he said.
Kolář will now leave the mayor’s chair after two terms. He will no longer seek a seat in the municipal elections. He decided to do so two years ago, as he added in the Blesk studio. “It was at a time when it had not even been decided that I was running for the House. I thought that I have been doing the mayor for a long time and it is necessary to leave space for someone else. “ closed.
In the Epicentrum show, Kolář also talked about the constant threats for the removal of the statue of Konev and the fact that what are the Russian negotiators like and why it doesn’t really make sense to have discussions with them. He talked about it not only in connection with the war, but it is a current case when Prague 6 is trying to use land and buildings that fall under Russia – and as Kolář asks, some buildings are used for strange purposes.
One of the buildings is, for example, a school on Krupkov Square in Bubeneč. Even before the war, Kolář wanted to use this at least so that Czech students could also come here. It is now being considered that the building will be used for Ukrainian refugees. But Russia is not about land. “They do not want to. We are consulting with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and we have managed to find a way out of the official Russians. We are not talking about the school as such, but about a few descriptive numbers and not all of them are used as they should be used, ” the mayor said in the program Epicentrum.
According to Kolář, a special resolution is being prepared, a law that would lead to the land falling into Czech hands. And Czech land in Moscow, on the other hand, would fall into the hands of the Russian Federation