Babis Struggles to Find Allies for Minority Government

Prime Minister Andrej Babiš (ANO) today begins to negotiate with the representatives of the parties represented in the Chamber of Deputies about support or tolerance for their minority government. The program statement will meet with representatives of the ODS and then with the People’s Party. The document was approved by the government on Monday about three-tenths.

Babiš wants the program statement to be presented to the negotiators of all the parties in the Christmas holidays. With the second round of talks on possible government support counts after the New Year. He will ask for the House Trust on 10 January, but no party has promised it. Only the KSCM leaves the case open, the question is discussed by its executive committee. Even if the Communists support the government, YES will need at least the tolerance of at least one other party to gain the confidence of the minority government.

Babiš wants the program statement to be presented to the negotiators of all the parties in the Christmas holidays. With the second round of talks on possible government support counts after the New Year. He will ask for the House Trust on 10 January, but no party has promised it. Only the KSCM leaves the case open, the question is discussed by its executive committee. Even if the Communists support the government, YES will need at least the tolerance of at least one other party to gain the confidence of the minority government.

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