Information appeared in the media about Michalik’s alleged conflict of interest and his former business with solar power plants. He was to borrow at least 4.6 million euros (around 117 million crowns) through the Cypriot anonymous company Lowfield Investments. The owner was to be his wife Hana, which he kept secret. “I have a clear conscience about things about my business and investments. Nevertheless, I have decided not to run for minister. “ announced.
And the STAN movement is now looking for a replacement. “We have several candidates. The nomination must be approved by a national committee, ideally within hours, no later than days, “ said the head of the Mayors Vít Rakušan (43) yesterday. But he did not want to divulge any names. Deputies could include the ex-governor and the new head of the budget committee in the Chamber of Deputies Josef Bernard (56, STAN) or, according to the List of Reports, economist Filip Matějka (41).