Czech President Milos Zeman has actually been required to healthcare facility, his representative stated on Tuesday, without divulging the factor or his expected length of stay.
A different advisor to the president informed Czech Radio that it referred regular assessments.
Zeman’s predecessor, Vaclav Klaus, is likewise getting treatment at the very same healthcare facility in Prague.
Zeman, 76, experiences a nerve condition that makes it hard for him to stroll. He typically utilizes a wheelchair throughout public looks. He has actually been hospitalized numerous times in the past.
Zeman was re-elected to a 2nd five-year term in January 2018 and keeps an active schedule. He just recently hosted German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier on a see to the Czech Republic.
In 2013, Zeman ended up being the very first Czech president to be straight chosen by the individuals following a constitutional modification.
Klaus, 80, is likewise remaining atPrague’s Military University Hospital Klaus was being dealt with for hypertension, his representative informed brand-new channel CT24.
The Czech Republic is set to carry out parliamentary elections on October 8-9.
The presidency is mostly ritualistic however does play an essential function in the choice on who is chosen to form a federal government.