The renowned Czech writer Milan Kundera can return Czech citizenship almost 40 years later. Prime Minister Andrej Babis proposed to him on Saturday when he visited Paris where Kundera lives. According to the AFP, it is not yet known whether the writer will deal with this proposal.
The 89-year-old Kundera moved to France in 1975. The artist left his hometown. Because it was the communist regime that ruled there. He wrote critically in many works. In 1979, the regime was deprived of its nationality. He became naturalized to become a French citizen two years later. Since then he has written several books in French.
The Czech prime minister was in Paris, which ended 100 years ago in honor of World War I. According to AFP, Babis admitted, "He deserves to regain his citizenship."
After the collapse of the Communist regime in the Czech Republic, Kundera returned home several times. He is known in the novel. The unbearable lightness of being (1984) and Books of laughter and oblivion (1979).
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