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Checking the populist tide—for now

Vít Dostál Vít Dostál / Ed. 18. 5. 2023
Checking the populist tide—for now

Can the Czech Republic keep bucking the populist trend in central Europe affecting Poland, Slovakia and Hungary?

The Czech Republic has twice thwarted populists’ rise to power. In autumn 2021 extremist forces were defeated in a general election, after which a centre-right government was formed, led by the Civic Democratic Party (ODS). Composed of five not entirely homogeneous parties, it remains united and has a stable majority in the Chamber of Deputies. And on March 9th this year, a new president, Petr Pavel, a retired army general, was inaugurated, having defeated the populist Andrej Babiš in January’s election.

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