Zdeněk Kettner

Czech politician
Zdeněk Kettner
Member of the Chamber of Deputies
Incumbent
Assumed office
9 October, 2021
Personal details
Born (1974-02-04) 4 February 1974 (age 48)
Teplice, Czech Republic
Political partyFreedom and Direct Democracy (SPD)

Zdeněk Kettner (born 1974) is a Czech teacher and politician who is an MP in the Chamber of Deputies for the Freedom and Direct Democracy party.[1]

Biography

Kettner is a native of Teplice. He worked as a high school physics and computer science teacher for over twenty years.[2] In 2021, he became chairman of the SPD in the Ústí Region, replacing former SPD MP Tereza Hyťhová who left the party.[2] He also serves as a member of the city council for Teplice.[3] In this role, he has opposed spending money on expanding a migrant centre in Teplice.[4] Kettner has also served as an MP in the Chamber of Representatives since 2021.[5]

References

  1. ^ "Zdeněk Kettner". CELEBWIKI.cz.
  2. ^ a b Málek, Petr (October 10, 2021). "Novým poslancem z Teplicka bude Zdeněk Kettner, Bžoch zůstává dál, Hyťhová končí" – via teplicky.denik.cz.
  3. ^ "Mgr. Zdeněk Kettner: Teplice". www.teplice.cz.
  4. ^ "Nechceme utrácet peníze za centra pro migranty, říká lídr SPD Kettner". iDNES.cz. September 18, 2020.
  5. ^ "Zavřené školy jsou zločinem na dětech". page-maintitle-short-default.


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