The Czech president is in intensive care
A day after the election in the Czech Republic, President Milos Zeman was admitted to a military hospital in Prague. According to his personal doctor, he is in the intensive care unit. The 77-year-old’s health had previously been speculated.
D.Czech President Milos Zeman is in a military hospital in Prague. According to his personal physician Miroslav Savorl, Zeman is in the intensive care unit of the clinic. He has not yet been able to provide any information about the diagnosis. The reason for the inpatient admission was complications caused by a chronic illness, due to which Zaman was already receiving treatment, and without going into details, Javoral said.
The health of the 77-year-old head of state was previously speculated. Unofficially unknown, the Czech media reports serious liver problems. According to the president’s office, he was hospitalized for eight days last month.
Zeman was hospitalized a day after the parliamentary elections in the Czech Republic and took place shortly after a meeting with head of state Andrzej Babis, who lost the election on Sunday morning. According to the constitution, the president must nominate a candidate for the presidency.
Babis lost his government majority in the parliamentary election. After counting almost all the constituencies on Saturday evening, a group of several conservative and liberal opposition parties are working to replace Babis and his populist party ANO.
However he acknowledged that their numbers were not enough to defeat President Conte’s government. He had announced that he would issue a government mandate to the strongest individual party. It is again ANO von Bobby, the opposition is a multi-party alliance.
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