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Czech Election Leaves No Party with Majority

The Czech Republic's parliamentary election left no party with a majority Saturday, raising the prospect of lengthy negotiations to form a coalition government. The leftist Social Democrats came in first with more than 20 percent of the vote. But it was the newly-formed anti-corruption movement ANO (Yes) that finished surprisingly strong. ANO came in second with nearly 19 percent of the vote, while the Communists, allies of the Social Democrats, finished third with close to 15 ...

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