ANO leader Andrej Babiš confirmed Thursday that current deputy finance minister Alena Schillerová has been pencilled in to be the new finance minister in his incoming Cabinet.
The former finance minister Ivan Pilný had stepped down from the post and said he would not seek to continue.
Schillerová was closely involved with the phase in of the electronic cash register system, a flagship measure of Babiš when he was finance minister.
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