Businessman Andrej Babiš will be the top candidate on the ballot of his ANO party for Prague in the October general elections. He will be running against two political heavyweights – former Chamber of Deputies chairwoman Miroslava Němcová heading the Civic Democratic ballot and the former foreign minister and chairman of the TOP 09 party, Karel Schwarzenberg. The Social Democrats have decided to put a union leader Jaroslav Zavadil at the top of the Prague ballot. Green Party chairman Ondřej Liška will also be running in the capital.
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