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Czech President Set To Appoint New Government In Coming Days

Milos Zeman
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Czech president Milos Zeman said on Sunday he may appoint a new two-party cabinet on Tuesday or Wednesday following eight months of political instability after last October’s election.

Prime Minister Andrej Babis, leader of the centrist ANO party, has negotiated a coalition with the centre-left Social Democrats, and the path to forming a cabinet opened on Friday after a compromise on personnel.

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Zeman told daily Blesk in an online interview that he saw no reason for delay after meeting ministerial candidates on Monday…

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