Ex-PM seeks job in Berlusconi’s nuclear energy giant

Mirek Topolánek, who was a Prime Minister of the Czech Republic in years 2006-2009, attempts to get a job in Enel, the largest Italian electricity firm. Aktuálně.cz has learned that in the last months, Topolánek has repeatedly talked to representatives of the company, including people around Italy's PM Silvio Berlusconi. The last meeting took place on Thursday 2 September. Enel has power plants in many countries and focus above all on nuclear energy. In one month it should be clear whether Topolánek will work for Enel, and on what position. "Until then, (Topolánek) should prepare his idea of what he should do in the company," a highly reliable source informed about Topolánek's plans said to Aktuálně.cz. Aktuálně.cz asked Topolánek himself about the issue, however the ex-PM responded with a text message saying "Blah, blah, blah", showing once again that communicating with journalists is not his favorite past-time. Slovakian connection A different source from the Czech electricity industry confirmed to Aktuálně.cz that the negotiation between Topolánek and Enel is really taking place. In addition, the source says that Topolánek's associates approached Slovakia's PM Robert Fico - before he was voted out from the office in June elections - to help with…

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