Czechs Vote Out Populist Prime Minister Andrej Babiš

HeadlineOct 14, 2021

In the Czech Republic, voters have defeated strongman populist Prime Minister Andrej Babiš in weekend elections, after opposition parties formed alliances that received a majority of parliamentary seats. The scandal-ridden billionaire Babiš has attacked refugees and more recently appeared in the Pandora Papers, which exposed the covert financial dealings of politicians and other elites.

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