Conservative reformer Vaclav Klaus’s party placed first in the Czech parliamentary elections, yet the real winner was the Social Democratic Party, whose upsurge in support has deprived Klaus’s coalition of a parliamentary majority. Any minority government will find it difficult to govern, and the country may be headed for early elections by JIRI PEHE THE […]

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