Czech PM Andrej Babis wins vote of confidence after months of wrangling | News | DW


The new minority government in the Czech Republic headed by billionaire Prime Minister Andrej Babis won a parliamentary confidence vote in the early hours of Thursday. His coalition had to rely on the backing of the country’s Communist Party, becoming the first Czech government since the 1989 collapse of communism to do so.

“The parliament has voiced confidence in the cabinet,” said parliamentary speaker Radek Vondracek.

It has been a rocky road for the populist Babis since his centrist ANO (YES) party won the most votes in the Czech general election in October. His first minority…



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