Two Czech political alliances seal their plan to evict Babis while they await the commission

The two largest opposition alliances in the Czech Republic confirmed this Wednesday that they had reached an agreement on the formation of a government and the disempowerment of the current Prime Minister Andrej Babis to see what the health of President Milos Zeman and what they can do move the process forward.

The conservative coalition SPOLU – 71 MPs – and the Alliance of Pirates and Mayors – 37 MPs – collect 108 of the 200 seats in the House of Representatives, for which they have a majority against the Alliance of Dissatisfied Citizens (ANO) of Babis.

The president has, among other things, the power to appoint a person as the next prime minister, but his fragile health, which has made him hospitalized, has prevented the bureaucratic process from continuing after three weeks of parliamentary elections.

Two Czech political alliances seal their plan to evict Babis while they await the commission
Two Czech political alliances seal their plan to evict Babis while they await the commission

According to the distribution of the indictments, which became known this Wednesday, SPOLU will have ten of the 17 ministries. The leader of the Civic Democratic Party (ODS), Petr Fiala, will act as prime minister, as he himself told the media, in an appearance in which he suggested that the agreement will be formalized with a symbolic act next Monday. after chain CT24.

In any case, everything is at the expense of Zeman’s development, because it could happen that the president entrusts his ally Babis with forming a government, which would delay the process. Until there is a new permanent board, Babis will at least remain as incumbent Prime Minister.

The opposition, meanwhile, has attempted to disqualify the head of state if his current situation persists by declaring him incapable through parliament and depriving him of the power to appoint a potential prime minister. Should Zeman be declared incapable, the decision would be with the House spokesman.

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