One of the Czech Republic’s richest men sits in Prague. Which has led many to suggest the country is being run by an oligarch. What does this mean for the future of the EU member state?
A Czech state attorney has reportedly stopped proceedings over suspected fraud by the prime minister. The scandal that intertwines his government and former business empire has hampered Babis' political career.
The largest protests in the Czech Republic for 30 years have failed to shift its prime minister, Andrej Babis. DW's Conflict Zone asks the Czech foreign minister, a coalition partner, if he will quit Babis' government.
Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis is fending off corruption charges, trouble in parliament, and a countrywide protest movement against his government. Hundreds of thousands have rallied against him in Prague.
Prime Minister Andrej Babis' government has survived a no-confidence vote after facing massive protests over graft and conflict of interest accusations. The parliamentary debate for the vote lasted 17 hours.
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