Inside is a comparison of the voting totals for the 2013 and 2018 Czech presidential elections to provide some possible clues on what is going to happen in the second round of the presidential elections. An article by the American Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic.
Despite the numerous hiccups accompanying the current government of prime minister Andrej Babiš – the failed vote of confidence last month, the lengthy negotiations with other potential coalition partners, and not forgetting the infamous police investigation into the potential EU subsidy fraud surrounding the Stork’s Nest case – it seems nothing can diminish the determination of this administration to govern.
The roots of Euroscepticism among the Czechs go back 10 or 15 years and if Jiří Drahoš defeats the incumbent President Miloš Zeman in a runoff vote on 26-27 January, he will struggle to reverse the trend, political analyst Lubomír Kopeček told EURACTIV.
On January 23, 2018, the AmCham hosted a panel discussion "Quo vadis, Czech media?". with:
Nora Fridrichová from 168 hodin
Filip Rožánek from Marketing & Media
Dalibor Balšínek from Echo 24
Tomáš Jeník from Euro
moderated by AmCham Marketing committee member, Gabriela Bechynská from Mondelez.