prague - The Czech writer Milan Kundera (89) can regain his Czech nationality after about four decades. Prime Minister Andrej Babis met the author of, among other things, the book The unbearable lightness of existence Saturday in Paris. On Facebook, Babis wrote that the writer deserves to become a citizen again.
Kundera, born in Brno, was deprived of citizenship in 1979 by the Communist authorities of Czechoslovakia because of his satirical work. A few years before he had already moved to France and in 1981 took French nationality.