Social Democrats in the region of Central Bohemia have reached an agreement on forming a regional government with representatives of the Communist Party. The former, who dominated in recent local elections, will have seven representatives, including the post of governor and five deputies, while the Communist Party will hold four seats and have one deputy leader. Social Democrat Miloš Petera made the announcement on Friday.
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