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The Czech government is struggling to cope with the resurgent pandemic and criticism over slow vaccination progress. In Latvia, Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins has requested the resignation of the heath minister over shortcomings in the vaccination plan. Poland’s vaccination campaign is being challenged by reports of well-known public figures getting inoculated before being eligible. Besides Covid-19, opposition parties in Sloveniaplan to table a motion of no confidence in Janez Jansa’s government in mid-January, while Romania’s new government is focusing on fiscal consolidation. Czech
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