Former right-wing Czech Prime Minister Vaclav Klaus smiles during his speech at the parlimentary session in the Spanish Hall at Prague Castle January 24, 2003. Czech lawmakers began on Friday their second attempt at electing a successor to President Vaclav Havel, but the battle to replace East Europe's elder statesman is likely to collapse once again amid political wrangling.  REUTERS/Petr Josek REUTERS
RM2D48Y4KFormer right-wing Czech Prime Minister Vaclav Klaus smiles during his speech at the parlimentary session in the Spanish Hall at Prague Castle January 24, 2003. Czech lawmakers began on Friday their second attempt at electing a successor to President Vaclav Havel, but the battle to replace East Europe's elder statesman is likely to collapse once again amid political wrangling. REUTERS/Petr Josek REUTERS
***FILE PHOTO*** The resigned Prime Minister Mirek Topolanek arrives at a government meeting on April 14, 2009, in Prague, Czech Republic. In the background is seen Gabriela Kloudova, secretary of PM Topolanek. *** Czech Deputy PM and Interior Minister Jan Hamacek, leader of the junior government Social Democrats (CSSD), will marry former Prague politician for the right-wing Civic Democrats (ODS) Gabriela Kloudova this week, which will be his second marriage, the SeznamZpravy.cz server writes on July 30, 2020. (CTK Photo/Michal Kamaryt)
RM2C9BRTM***FILE PHOTO*** The resigned Prime Minister Mirek Topolanek arrives at a government meeting on April 14, 2009, in Prague, Czech Republic. In the background is seen Gabriela Kloudova, secretary of PM Topolanek. *** Czech Deputy PM and Interior Minister Jan Hamacek, leader of the junior government Social Democrats (CSSD), will marry former Prague politician for the right-wing Civic Democrats (ODS) Gabriela Kloudova this week, which will be his second marriage, the SeznamZpravy.cz server writes on July 30, 2020. (CTK Photo/Michal Kamaryt)
Nuremberg, Germany. 9th Sep, 2017. Former Czech president and prime minister Vaclav Klaus attends an election event of the Bavarian section of the right-wing nationalist party Alternative for Germany in Nuremberg, Germany, 9 September 2017. Photo: Daniel Karmann/dpa/Alamy Live News
RMK5GG5YNuremberg, Germany. 9th Sep, 2017. Former Czech president and prime minister Vaclav Klaus attends an election event of the Bavarian section of the right-wing nationalist party Alternative for Germany in Nuremberg, Germany, 9 September 2017. Photo: Daniel Karmann/dpa/Alamy Live News
***FILE PHOTO*** L-R Gabriela Kloudova, secretary of Prime Minister Mirek Topolanek, lobbyist Marek Dalik and Brno Mayor Roman Onderka watch semifinals of the Fed Cup, World Group I, between the Czech Republic and the USA, on April 26, 2009, in Brno, Czech Republic. *** Czech Deputy PM and Interior Minister Jan Hamacek, leader of the junior government Social Democrats (CSSD), will marry former Prague politician for the right-wing Civic Democrats (ODS) Gabriela Kloudova this week, which will be his second marriage, the SeznamZpravy.cz server writes on July 30, 2020. (CTK Photo/Igor Zehl)
RM2C9BRTW***FILE PHOTO*** L-R Gabriela Kloudova, secretary of Prime Minister Mirek Topolanek, lobbyist Marek Dalik and Brno Mayor Roman Onderka watch semifinals of the Fed Cup, World Group I, between the Czech Republic and the USA, on April 26, 2009, in Brno, Czech Republic. *** Czech Deputy PM and Interior Minister Jan Hamacek, leader of the junior government Social Democrats (CSSD), will marry former Prague politician for the right-wing Civic Democrats (ODS) Gabriela Kloudova this week, which will be his second marriage, the SeznamZpravy.cz server writes on July 30, 2020. (CTK Photo/Igor Zehl)
Nuremberg, Germany. 9th Sep, 2017. Former Czech president and prime minister Vaclav Klaus attends an election event of the Bavarian section of the right-wing nationalist party Alternative for Germany in Nuremberg, Germany, 9 September 2017. Photo: Daniel Karmann/dpa/Alamy Live News
RMK5GG42Nuremberg, Germany. 9th Sep, 2017. Former Czech president and prime minister Vaclav Klaus attends an election event of the Bavarian section of the right-wing nationalist party Alternative for Germany in Nuremberg, Germany, 9 September 2017. Photo: Daniel Karmann/dpa/Alamy Live News
Former right-wing Czech Prime Minister Vaclav Klaus speaks to journalists after the first vote of the parlimentary session in the Spanish Hall at Prague Castle on January 24, 2003. Klaus won through to the second round on Friday in a presidential election to find a successor to Eastern Europe's elder statesman Vaclav Havel, a voting commission source said.  REUTERS/Petr Josek REUTERS
RM2D41D8DFormer right-wing Czech Prime Minister Vaclav Klaus speaks to journalists after the first vote of the parlimentary session in the Spanish Hall at Prague Castle on January 24, 2003. Klaus won through to the second round on Friday in a presidential election to find a successor to Eastern Europe's elder statesman Vaclav Havel, a voting commission source said. REUTERS/Petr Josek REUTERS
Former Czech Prime Minister and Chairman of the Civic Democratic Party (ODS) Mirek Topolanek arrives for a news conference in Prague March 23, 2010. Czech opposition leader Mirek Topolanek fought off a rebellion by senior officials in his right-wing Civic Democrats on Tuesday, rejecting calls for him to quit before the general election in May.  REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS)
RM2D1MYGWFormer Czech Prime Minister and Chairman of the Civic Democratic Party (ODS) Mirek Topolanek arrives for a news conference in Prague March 23, 2010. Czech opposition leader Mirek Topolanek fought off a rebellion by senior officials in his right-wing Civic Democrats on Tuesday, rejecting calls for him to quit before the general election in May. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS)
Nuremberg, Germany. 9th Sep, 2017. Former Czech president and prime minister Vaclav Klaus attends an election event of the Bavarian section of the right-wing nationalist party Alternative for Germany in Nuremberg, Germany, 9 September 2017. Photo: Daniel Karmann/dpa/Alamy Live News
RMK5GFC5Nuremberg, Germany. 9th Sep, 2017. Former Czech president and prime minister Vaclav Klaus attends an election event of the Bavarian section of the right-wing nationalist party Alternative for Germany in Nuremberg, Germany, 9 September 2017. Photo: Daniel Karmann/dpa/Alamy Live News
Former Czech Prime Minister and Chairman of the Civic Democratic Party (ODS) Mirek Topolanek speaks to the media during the news conference in Prague March 23, 2010. Czech opposition leader Mirek Topolanek fought off a rebellion by senior officials in his right-wing Civic Democrats on Tuesday, rejecting calls for him to quit before the general election in May.  REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS)
RM2D17AYBFormer Czech Prime Minister and Chairman of the Civic Democratic Party (ODS) Mirek Topolanek speaks to the media during the news conference in Prague March 23, 2010. Czech opposition leader Mirek Topolanek fought off a rebellion by senior officials in his right-wing Civic Democrats on Tuesday, rejecting calls for him to quit before the general election in May. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS)
Nuremberg, Germany. 9th Sep, 2017. Former Czech president and prime minister Vaclav Klaus attends an election event of the Bavarian section of the right-wing nationalist party Alternative for Germany in Nuremberg, Germany, 9 September 2017. Photo: Daniel Karmann/dpa/Alamy Live News
RMK5GG4MNuremberg, Germany. 9th Sep, 2017. Former Czech president and prime minister Vaclav Klaus attends an election event of the Bavarian section of the right-wing nationalist party Alternative for Germany in Nuremberg, Germany, 9 September 2017. Photo: Daniel Karmann/dpa/Alamy Live News
Former Czech Prime Minister and Chairman of the Civic Democratic Party (ODS) Mirek Topolanek speaks to the media during the news conference in Prague March 23, 2010. Czech opposition leader Mirek Topolanek fought off a rebellion by senior officials in his right-wing Civic Democrats on Tuesday, rejecting calls for him to quit before the general election in May.  REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS)
RM2D1975JFormer Czech Prime Minister and Chairman of the Civic Democratic Party (ODS) Mirek Topolanek speaks to the media during the news conference in Prague March 23, 2010. Czech opposition leader Mirek Topolanek fought off a rebellion by senior officials in his right-wing Civic Democrats on Tuesday, rejecting calls for him to quit before the general election in May. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS)
Nuremberg, Germany. 9th Sep, 2017. Former Czech president and prime minister Vaclav Klaus attends an election event of the Bavarian section of the right-wing nationalist party Alternative for Germany in Nuremberg, Germany, 9 September 2017. Photo: Daniel Karmann/dpa/Alamy Live News
RMK5GG96Nuremberg, Germany. 9th Sep, 2017. Former Czech president and prime minister Vaclav Klaus attends an election event of the Bavarian section of the right-wing nationalist party Alternative for Germany in Nuremberg, Germany, 9 September 2017. Photo: Daniel Karmann/dpa/Alamy Live News