The senior coalition partner Social Democrat Party (CSSD) of the Czech government will support a bill that will ban cabinet ministers from holding a 40% or more controlling stake in any company while in office. Christian Democrats (KDU-CSL), that is, the third junior partner of the three-party coalition government will also support the bill.
The law targets Finance Minister Andrej Babis, leader of the second junior coalition partner Ano and owner of Agrofert. Since January, Babis is under in...
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