ANO leader Andrej Babiš has met with President Miloš Zeman on Tuesday afternoon to present the line-up for his minority government. Babis said earlier that he had secured candidates for all government posts which would be filled by members of his ANO party and unaffiliated experts.
iDnes.cz reported that the new government will include ANO ministers in the previous cabinet, such as Robert Pelikán as justice minister and Dan Ťok to again head transport. The two politicians also debated the time-frame for the appointment of a new cabinet. President Zeman said earlier he planned to appoint Andrej Babiš prime minister on December 6th and his minority government in mid-December.
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