Czech ANO leader recommends party stay out of new government
PRAGUE Oct 26 (Reuters) - The leader of Czech political party ANO said he would recommend to members that it not enter a new government, after a parliamentary election on Saturday in which ANO appeared on track to win the second-most votes.
Andrej Babis, the Forbes-listed billionaire who founded the party, said he could not at this point see giving his support to a government led by the left-leaning Social Democrats, who were leading the vote count.
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