It might seem as a déjà vu, but it’s simply the story of the Czech PM Andrej Babiš, who is unable to distance himself from the accusations surrounding the questionable EU subsidies, which were used to build the infamous recreational farm called Stork’s nest, Grayling Czech Republic writes.
With another election month in the Czech Republic over, we can now see the initial effects as the dust of coalition negotiations slowly settles over towns and cities across the country. Despite a clear victory for the ANO movement in most places, there was no shortage of surprises in negotiations on coalitions in many municipalities.
At the time of municipal election, part of Czech citizens selected one third (27) of the Senate members as well. After rather big reputational fail of the current governmental parties in big cities such as Prague or Brno, the results of the Senate election seem to lay basis for a substantive opposition to the government politics.