Pavel Telička has severed ties with ANO, the party for which he was elected as a member of the European Parliament, the website E15.cz reported on Wednesday.
The website cited ANO boss Andrej Babiš, with whom Mr. Telička, who is not a party member, has previously had disagreements on policy.
The MEP stepped down as ANO’s foreign affairs spokesperson earlier this year, saying he had received no feedback on his contributions to the party’s foreign policy programme. Mr. Telička said in August he had no information as regards the party’s foreign policy direction.
Martin Nekola: Czech Chicago and other untold stories of Czechs abroad
Czech President Zeman addresses Council of Europe
Czech Republic faces court action over freedom of movement
Czech pre-election battle plugs into war of words over lithium mining deal
How should socialist architecture be treated now?