Czech president Vaclav Klaus vetoed on Tuesday amendments to legislation on environmental impact assessments adopted by the parliament earlier this month. The changes are intended to bring national legislation in line with EU law.
Mr Klaus argued the changes would make it easier to challenge planning decisions, which could jeopardise important investment projects. The amendments would work against the interest of most citizens, he added.
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