The European Anti-Fraud Office (Olaf) has submitted its final report on the alleged subsidy fraud in Czech’s Capi hnizdo case. The report was sent to the Czech finance ministry on December 27.

Eleven people, including Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis and his ANO party’s deputy head Jaroslav Faltynek, are facing charges in the case.

As reported by the Prague Daily Monitor, the Chamber of Deputies, the lower house of Czech parliament, released Babis and Faltynek for prosecution in September...

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