EUobserver: Commentary on the situation in the Czech Republic after the election

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​.

The whole article is available on Euobserver.

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