Government parties hold their ground in Czech elections

The Czech liberal and conservative governing parties did surprisingly well in the local and first round of senate elections. Prime Minister Petr Fiala’s electoral alliance Spolu (Together) became the strongest force in Prague, Brno, Plzen and Ceske Budejovice and could provide the mayors there in the future. This was revealed on Sunday by the preliminary final results of the statistics agency CSU.

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