The leader of the party that came second in the elections, ANO 2011, says they would “tolerate” a government of which they were not a member, if the cabinet adopted some of their policies. ANO chief Andrej Babiš made the comments in an interview for Czech Television on Wednesday. The Slovak-born billionaire said his party did not wish to participate directly in government, but added they would consider their options. In their first general election, ANO took over 18 percent of the vote.
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