M. Tucny, Czecho-Slovakian Minister of Posts and Telegraphs, tendered his resignation to President Masaryk, who was pleased to accept it.

The reason for M. Tucny's withdrawal from the Cabinet is that he is mixed up in an incident which recently led to the resignation of the President of the Senate, and which involves legislation favorable to liquor distillers.


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