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Enter Babiš

Vít Dostál Vít Dostál / Ed. 18. 11. 2017

Vít Dostál a Milan Nič published an article on Andrej Babiš.

The populist billionaire Andrej Babiš won a decisive victory in the Czech election. Comparisons to Hungary and Poland are misleading, however. Things are more complicated and volatile in Prague.

Czech politics have been careening from one drama to another. Andrej Babiš may have emerged victorious after October’s national election, but he is facing an uphill battle to form a stable government. The country’s mainstream parties suffered a big blow, thanks to a large protest vote, and parliament is severely fragmented. The Czech Republic is now facing months of political wrangling that will likely extend into early 2018.

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Forming a majority government without the ANO is practically impossible; forming a new government with Babiš is going to be nearly as difficult.

Dostál & Nič

Original source: Enter Babiš

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