The Czech Republic’s Supreme Administrative Court received 35 complaints over the general election which took place more than two weeks ago, a spokeswoman for the court said. The court has so far dismissed 12 of them – 11 due to their inappropriate form, and one over the fact it was filed too early. The deadline for filing complaints expired on Saturday; the court now has 20 days to address the remaining complains.
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