Member of Parliament Berkovcová (ANO) became the new shadow minister of education

Member of Parliament Berkovcová (ANO) became the new shadow minister of education

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Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports in Karmelitská street in Prague.

Prague – Deputy Jana Berkovcová has become the new shadow minister of education, the first vice-chairman of the ANO movement and the chairman of the shadow government Karel Havlíček announced at today's press conference. She replaced Moravian-Silesian governor Ivo Vondrák, who left the ANO movement in February after disagreements.

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Berkovcová is a member of the parliamentary education committee and vice-chairman of the subcommittee for regional education and lifelong learning. She is also a member of the Parliamentary European Committee and the Youth and Leisure Activities Subcommittee. According to Havlíček, she has devoted her entire professional life to education as an active teacher or collaborator of the National Pedagogical Institute.

At the press conference, Berkovcová criticized the coalition MPs' proposal, which sets the salary at 130 percent of the average gross monthly salary only for teachers, not all teaching staff. The original government proposal assumed that the amount of money for the salaries of teaching staff would be set at least 1.404 times the average gross monthly nominal wage in the Czech Republic for the year before last. or association of teachers. Prime Minister Petr Fiala (ODS) said at the beginning of the month that the cabinet wanted to target the change at teachers from the beginning. One of the authors of the amendment proposal, the chairman of the KDU-ČSL parliamentary club Marek Výborný, made a similar statement earlier.

Vondrák is a long-term critic of conditions in the movement, and in the presidential election he did not vote for ANO chairman Andrej Babiš, but for his opponent, Petr Pavel, who won the election. In February, Vondrák first quit as deputy chairman of the movement, then left the ANO parliamentary club and also the movement itself. He remained the governor of the Moravian-Silesian region and even after leaving the movement he has the support of the ANO regional club of representatives, its chairman and ANO regional head Josef Bělica stated at the beginning of March. handed over the position to Havlíček. The cabinet includes some former ministers, in addition to Havlíček, Alena Schillerová as Minister of Finance, Minister of Defense Lubomír Metnar, Minister for Regional Development Klára Dostálová and Minister of the Environment Richard Brabec.

Furthermore, the fifteen-member shadow cabinet includes, for example, the former chairman Chambers Radek Vondráček as Minister of Justice or the former Governor of Central Bohemia Jaroslava Pokorná Jermanová in the role of Minister of Culture.