Hundreds of Czechs living abroad joined today's protest on Prague's Letná plain from remote locations in Europe, America and Asia. They called on Prime Minister Andrej Babiš to get rid of his control of Agrofert, the company he founded, which they believe he still has influence on. Alternatively, they believe he should resign.
Mr. Babiš relinquished his stake in the company in 2017, but a preliminary EU audit suggested he still controls his company via trust funds.
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