Vclav Klaus is sworn in for another term as the President of the Czech Republic.
- Czech President Vclav Klaus compares the Treaty of Lisbon to "an unstoppable speeding train" that he is being forced to sign.
- Czech President Vclav Klaus tells his supporters he will never sign the Treaty of Lisbon.
- The Czech Republic finally chooses a new President, former Prime Minister Vclav Klaus. The county had been without a President after three attempts at choosing a replacement for former President Vclav Havel.
- Incumbent Milos Zeman, who opposes immigration and objects to EU sanctions against Russia, is elected to a second term as President of the Czech Republic, after receiving 51.8 percent of the votes in the run-off election over pro-EU challenger Jiri Drahos.
- The president of the Czech Republic, Milos Zeman, marks the 26th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution by attending an anti-Islam rally in Prague with the "Bloc against Islam" group which supports the president. The rally is also attended by observers from the German protest movement, PEGIDA (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the Occident) and Tommy Robinson, a prominent British anti-Islam activist. Zeman tells the crowd of several thousand that they aren't extremists for advocating closing the Republic's borders to Muslim migrants.