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PRAGUE, August 13. /ITAR-TASS /. President of the Czech Republic Miloš Zeman has accepted the resignation of the cabinet from Prime Minister Jiří Rusnok Tuesday.
Zeman ordered the resigned ministers to carry out their duties until early parliamentary elections that are likely to be held in October this year.
Rusnok's cabinet took up its duties July 10. From the very beginning this cabinet had been called 'interim', 'temporary' or 'technical'. The need for this cabinet to submit resignation arised last Wednesday, when members of the lower house voted for no confidence to Rusnok's cabinet.
August 20, the members of the parliament's lower house will decide on its voluntary dissolution. After that Miloš Zeman will name the exact date of early parliamentary elections that in compliance with the Constitution must be held within 60 days after the dissolving of the lower house of parliament.