With nearly all votes counted, Karel Schwarzenberg conceded defeat in the second round of voting for the Czech president, and congratulated rival Miloš Zeman on winning the popular vote. Mr Schwarzenberg said, however, that the election was decided by lies and dirty tricks in the campaign. He also announced he would continue to serve as foreign minister in the current centre-right government, would run for re-election as the head of the TOP 09 party.
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