Five-Party Government Takes Office in The Czech Republic

Following the surprise victory of the three-party SPOLU alliance during October’s parliamentary elections and their coalition deal with the Pirates and Mayors alliance, the Czech Republic finally has a new government, led by centre-right Prime Minister Petr Fiala and supported by five, ideologically diverse parties in the lower house.

Kesarev takes a deeper look at the Fiala Government, its priorities for the next four years, as well as the prospects for political stability and implications for international investors.

The full memo is available here.

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Kyrgyzstan Parliamentary Elections

Political situation in Kyrgyzstan stabilizes after the elections to its Parliament (Jogorku Kenesh), but relations with foreign investors become more complicated. On 28 November, for

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