The coalition of ANO, the Social Democrats and the Four Coalition governing Prague has definitively collapsed, the Social Democrats said on Tuesday. The party’s councillor Karel Březina said the split had occurred as the Social Democrats had lost faith in the Three Coalition after it voted against a policy agreed in the coalition deal. Since four of Prague’s 11 councillors were voted out last month the three groupings had been holding talks on the future. The Three Coalition includes the Green Party, the Christian Democrats and the Mayors group.
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