Right-Wing Coalition Wins Czech Parliamentary Elections


With about 99.9% of votes counted, a right-wing coalition, Together, won the 2021 legislative election in the Czech Republic, as reported on Saturday by the Czech Statistical Office. Together (SPOLU), which comprises the Civic Democratic Party (ODS), TOP09 Party and the Christian Democratic Union-Czechoslovak People’s Party (KDU-CSL), gathered 27.15% of the vote. Nevertheless, the strongest political party in the lower chamber of the Czech parliament will be the ANO movement of Prime Minister Andrej Babis, which got 27.15% and will receive at least 70 out of the 200 mandates. Czech President Milos Zeman said earlier that he would entrust the…

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