Чекмудин Орн

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Чекмудин Орн
Czech Republic
Česká republika
Уран"Pravda vítězí" (Czech)
"Truth prevails"
ЧастрKde domov můj? (Czech)
"Where is my home?"

 Чекмудин Орнин һазр орм  (green)

– on the European continent  (light green & grey)
– in the European Union  (light green)  —  [Legend]

Хотл Балһсн
(Аһу Ик Балһсн бас)
Prague (Praha)
50° 05′ N, 14° 28′ E / 50.083, 14.467
Келн Czech
Recognized minority languages: Slovak[1], Polish, German, Romani[2]
Улсин нерн Czech
Залвр Parliamentary republic
 -  President Милош Земан
 -  Prime Minister Иржи Руснок
Formation
 -  Principality of Bohemia c. 870 
 -  Czechoslovakia 28 October 1918 
 -  Czech Republic 1 January 1993 
EU accession 1 May 2004
Аһу
 -  Бүклдән 78 866 km2 (116th)
30 450 sq mi 
 -  Усна аһу (%) 2
Олн улс
 -  20091 estimate 10,506,813 (78th)
 -  2001 census 10,230,060 
 -  Олн улсин нигтнь 132/km2 (77th)
341/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2009 estimate
 -  Total $252.951 billion[3] 
 -  Per capita $24,093[3] 
GDP (nominal) 2009 estimate
 -  Total $194.828 billion[3] 
 -  Per capita $18,557[3] 
Gini (1996) 25.4 (low) (5th)
HDI (2007) 0.903 (very high) (36th)
Currency Czech koruna (CZK)
Цагин бус CET (UTC+1)
 -  Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Drives on the right
ТЛД .cz³
Calling code +4204
1 15 March 2010 (See Population changes).
2 Rank based on 2005 IMF data.
3 Also .eu, shared with other European Union member states.
4 Shared code 42 with Slovakia until 1997.

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  1. Slovak language is defined as official language together with Czech language by several laws - e.g. law 500/2004, 337/1992. Source: http://portal.gov.cz. Cited: "Například Správní řád (zákon č. 500/2004 Sb.) stanovuje: "V řízení se jedná a písemnosti se vyhotovují v českém jazyce. Účastníci řízení mohou jednat a písemnosti mohou být předkládány i v jazyce slovenském..." (§16, odstavec 1). Zákon o správě daní a poplatků (337/1992 Sb.) „Úřední jazyk: Před správcem daně se jedná v jazyce českém nebo slovenském. Veškerá písemná podání se předkládají v češtině nebo slovenštině..." (§ 3, odstavec 1). http://portal.gov.cz
  2. Citizens belonging to minorities, who traditionally and on long-term basis live within the territory of the Czech Republic, enjoy the right to use their language in communication with authorities and in front of the courts of law (Polish, German, Romani). The article 25 of the Czech Charter of Fundamental Rights and Basic Freedoms ensures right of the national and ethnic minorities for education and communication with authorities in their own language. Act No. 500/2004 Coll. (The Administrative Rule) in its paragraph 16 (4) (Procedural Language) ensures, that a citizen of the Czech republic, who belongs to a national or an ethnic minority, which traditionally and on long-term basis lives within the territory of the Czech Republic, have right to address an administrative agency and proceed before it in the language of the minority. In case that the administrative agency doesn't have an employee with knowledge of the language, the agency is bound to obtain a translator at the agency's own expense. According to Act No. 273/2001 (About The Rights of Members of Minorities) paragraph 9 (The right to use language of a national minority in dealing with authorities and in front of the courts of law) the same applies for the members of national minorities also in front of the courts of law.
  3. 3,0 3,1 3,2 3,3 Czech Republic