The Christian Democrats have re-elected Pavel Bělobrádek as party leader. Two-hundred and forty-four of 272 delegates voted for the unopposed Mr. Bělobrádek at a party congress in Olomouc on Saturday. He told the assembled that he believed that the Christian Democrats would re-enter the Chamber of Deputies in elections scheduled for a year from now. Opinion polls have been putting the party, whose stronghold is in Moravia, at around the five-percent threshold needed to get into the lower house.
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