Czech elections: Andrej Babis ahead despite Pandora Papers revelations - DW News.

Polls have closed in the Czech Republic after two days of voting in parliamentary elections. Prime Minister Andrej Babis looks likely to hold onto power despite a scandal-ridden first term.
Results from early counting show his centrist ANO party has won the largest share of votes, at just over 30%. But it's not clear if the Eurosceptic prime minister will be able to form a new coalition government. Prior to the election, Babis was alleged to have put millions of dollars into shell companies to buy properties in France. He has denied any wrongdoing.

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