I have bad news for you. I STAY!

Illustrative image for the article Babiš surprised the whole of the Czech Republic after the elections: I have bad news for you.  I STAY!

Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš said on Sunday that if his YES movement ends up in opposition, he will certainly remain in the Chamber of Deputies.

Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš said on Sunday that if his YES movement ends up in opposition, he will certainly remain in the Chamber of Deputies.

Illustrative image for the article Babiš surprised the whole of the Czech Republic after the elections: I have bad news for you.  I STAY!

He announced before this week’s election that he would have left politics in such a case. The news server informs about it Novinky.cz.

“I will not give up, I have bad news for you, I will stay in that House. And if we end up in opposition, I will be there. And we will keep track of all those promises of Mr. Fiala, those 100 billion savings and all that bullshit, “ Babiš said on Facebook in a mention of the leader of the TOTAL coalition Peter Fiala, whose bloc narrowly defeated the YES movement in the elections.

He won’t keep his word

Even before the elections, Babiš said on Frekvence 1 radio that he would leave politics if YES joined the opposition. “I went into politics as a manager, so I can’t say that much. If we were to end up in opposition, I would leave politics. “ said last Monday.

After the elections, he plans to address the Violet Party of the ODS for possible talks. “We’ll see if they want to negotiate or not.” explained the prime minister. The TOTAL coalition, which also includes the ODS, and the Pirates and Mayors coalition jointly declared on Saturday evening that they would not negotiate the government with other entities.

On a Zeman

Babiš did not comment on Sunday’s meeting with President Miloš Zeman in the chateau in Lány, from which the head of state was subsequently taken to hospital. He only said he was in the morning. “I want to wish the President good health,” he said.

He also reminded that his YES will have the most seats in the Chamber of Deputies. “I’m not hiding my disappointment that we didn’t win.” Babiš finished his regular Sunday speech. He also stated that even though “it looks like we lost, the truth is on our side”.


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