Legislation covering the rights of British citizens in the Czech Republic in case of hard Brexit was published in the Collection of Acts on 14 March.
The Chamber of Deputies passed the Act on Personal Data Protection on 12 March.
On 8 March, the Chamber of Deputies passed draft amendment to the Act on Free Access to Information (bill no. 50) suggesting that state-controlled institutions, including state-owned companies should dislose information (according to Act no. 106/1999) and contracts within the registry of contracts. The bill is being reviewed by the Senate, the Upper Chamber of the Czech Parliament.
The Government passed in June 2018 draft amendment to the Act on Residence of Foreigners in the Territory of the Czech Republic, a transposition of EU legislation related to residence of third countries nationals for the purpose of research and development, studying, internships, volunteering, exchange and au-pair programs. The bill (no. 203)‚ deals with the issues of, among others, quotas for economic migration, employee cards, and employee visas for specific situations in the Czech labour market. Besides EU measures, the bill includes measures proposed by the Ministry of the Interior. The Chamber of Deputies passed the bill on 13 March. The bill is being reviewed by the Senate, the Upper Chamber of the Czech Parliament.
In July 2018, the Government passed draft amendment to the Act on Collection of Acts, including measures to complete the projects of e-Collection of Acts and International Treaties and e-Legislation. The Chamber Committees have been reviewing the bill (no. 256.)
On March 25, the government passed Program supporting applied research, experimental development and innovations in the field of transportation DOPRAVA 2020+ and Program supporting applied research, experimental development and innovations in the field of environment – Prostředí pro život.
13th January 2022
13th January 2022