Czech opposition threatens no-confidence motion against the government

Czech opposition politician and former prime minister Andrej Babiš is threatening to file a motion of no confidence against the government amid the country’s EU presidency. In an open letter published Thursday, he called for the ultimate removal of Interior Minister Vit Rakusan. He accused him of being “completely incompetent” and “a person with proven ties to mafia structures”.

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