A statement issued Sunday evening from the hospital treating him said that he is already better and has been able to install the post of Czech head of state Milos Zeman. He was taken to the hospital on Sunday Milos Zeman Czech head of state. The health of the 77-year-old has recently deteriorated, and he has become very ill, forced into a wheelchair, and spent eight days in hospital last month.
The head of state, doctor, Miroslav Zavoral, said at a press conference on Sunday afternoon: Milos Zeman was taken to hospital at his suggestion.
Although Prime Minister Andrej Babis had previously said that the result of his meeting on Sunday with the head of state was not a direct result of the elections, the Lidovky.cz news portal reported, according to reliable sources:
And Andrej Babis was not given a mandate to hold talks on forming a government.
Presidential spokesman Jerry Ovacik also confirmed the information, who also said that Zeman has been on a patient base for two weeks now, but that does not prevent him from fulfilling his duties as head of state. He added: The head of state for the next few days All of her planned programs have been cancelled because of his illness.
Government formation talks And, according to Andrej Babis’ announcement on Saturday, it was supposed to start on Wednesday. However, according to the Czech Civil Service TV news, negotiations can start not on Wednesday, but only a week later, but this also depends on the position of the head of state.
The right-wing three-party Spolo coalition won in the Czech Republic on Saturday afternoon OptionNS. The party received 27.62% of the vote. The United Nations party, Andrej Babis, came in second with 27.28 percent.