The Czech center-left coalition has won a vote of confidence and pledged to tackle corruption and boost economic growth. The cabinet is also expected to adopt more pro-European policies.
The Social Democrats of Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka won October elections in the Czech Republic, after the fall of the previous center-right coalition in the middle of 2013 due to a corruption scandal. Sobotka now leads a coalition of three parties, including the conservative Christian Democrats and...
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