The Alliance of Disgruntled Citizens (ANO) party of Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis won the parliamentary elections, which took place in the Czech Republic between Friday and Saturday, with 27.95 percent support, according to official results that correspond to 92.79 percent of the vote.
Babis ‘party is backed by the SPOLU coalition led by the Citizens’ Democratic Party (26.79 percent), while pirate mayors and independents received 15.04 percent of the vote.
The right-wing extremist party Libertad y Democracia Directa (SPD) is the fourth most popular proposal with 9.92 percent. The rest of the formations do not reach the minimum of 5 percent to receive representation.
With these data, the von Babis party has to agree to remain in power, with the additional complication that its previous coalition partner, the Czech Social Democratic Party (CSSD), with 4.75 percent of approval, remains outside parliament. Participation is 65.05 percent of the census.