As he approaches, Babish and his YES movement will need to have a majority to support him in the new House of Representatives. However, he doesn’t have that at the moment. According to analyst, Freedom and Direct Democracy (SPD) Tomi Okamura, he could have the only potential partner, but he would not guarantee him a majority. That’s why he needs to get someone else.
“He can only achieve this by persuading the Democratic Democratic Party (Ma’an coalition) to go to the government with him,” he added. Note Kopeček. However, according to him, this is highly unlikely “In a situation where the two coalitions (together and PiratesSTAN) have already agreed to form a government”. “I can’t imagine what Andre Babis could do to make it so attractive to ODS,” Kubišek said, noting that he does not have a prime minister at the moment “No influence even in terms of position and program and not at all in terms of acceptance of the person”.
Source: TASR / AP / Darko Bandic
The winner in the Czech parliamentary elections, which took place on Friday and Saturday (October 8-9), was the SPOLU coalition (ODS, KDU-ČSL and TOP 09) with 27.79 percent of the vote and 71 seats in the Chamber of Deputies. . Prime Minister Andrej Babis’ YES party came in second, with 27.12 percent of the vote (72 seats). The Liberal Alliance of Pirates and Mayors (PiratesSTAN) ranked third with 15.62 percent of the vote (37 seats) and the fourth party Freedom and Direct Democracy (SPD), which received 9.56 percent of the vote (20 seats). The participation rate was 65.43 percent.
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