Our director Vladimír Bartovic commented on the current political situation after the Czech parliamentary election.
Vladimir Bartovic commented on the post-elections situation in the Czech Republic, especially the position of new possible prime minister and future foreign policy.
Andrej Babiš is not a die-hard eurosceptic. He is a pragmatist and, thus, it is possible that with the election campaign now over, he will stop his anti-EU rhetoric.
If he becomes prime minister, he would not take the Czech Republic into the core of the EU, if such a structure emerges in the next few years. (...) The next government, whatever its composition might be, will be less pro-European than the current one.
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