Dean of the Medical Faculty of Palacky University in Olomouc Cestmir Čihalík, which together with environmental inspector Henry Šmitákem saved hundreds of thousands of New Zealand court fines for illegal ripping of orchids, the 4th 3rd 2004 returned to the Czech Republic.
OLOMOUC – Dean of the Medical Faculty of Palacky University in Olomouc Cestmir Čihalík, which together with environmental inspector Henry Šmitákem saved hundreds of thousands of New Zealand court fines for illegal ripping orchids, returned 4th 3rd 2004 to the Czech Republic.
She said the rector Macáková UP John, who was with him the whole matter has to act, but yet knows when. Macáková further stated that Čihalík has to Friday, the 5th 3rd 2004 annual leave, but he wants to talk to him as soon as possible, would also like to see the verdict. An appeal may be initiated by the Dean of the faculty Academic Senate with regard to the absence Čihalíka determinations are pushed to next week. If the appeal Dean Rector suggested she must have the consent of the Academic Senate and University Medical School. At both meetings must be Čihalík present. UP Chancellor Tomas Hrbek said previously that the law does not require a college academic dignitaries from the criminal record.
Along with Čihalíkem apparently arrived in the CR and Henry Šmiták. Czech Environmental Inspectorate has announced that it will no longer Šmiták work as an inspector. Allegedly damaged the reputation of the inspection, which in the Czech Republic puts into practice the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). It was on its infringement is appealed and the New Zealand court.
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