update: 14.11.2018 23:20
Release: 15.11.2018, 03:18
Prague – Other meetings today await President CSSD, Jan Hamacek, because of the alleged kidnapping of the son of Prime Minister Andrej Babis (YOE) in Crimea. He will meet with President Milos Zeman, again with Babis, who declared the matter to the Social Democratic Party on Wednesday, as well as representatives of opposition parties who want to vote in the deputy chamber over the government's mistrust. Prague's Wenceslas Square is called a demonstration, whose participants will demand Babišas demise.
The case was triggered by the News Report server, where Babi's son Andrew told reporters that he had been taken to the Crimea against his will. The state minister, according to his son, wanted to disappear from the Czech Republic for a police investigation into subsidies to Pepi Nest Farm, where both responsibility was law enforcement. Babiš said Wednesday that his son was in the Crimea in the past, but his stay was legal, not kidnapping.
Babis on Wednesday, the Communist leaders and SPD discussed with Hamas and CSSD deputies. SPO Chairman Tomio Okamura said after the meeting that his party wants to program the Social Democracy Program in government. Some members of the CSSD, after meeting their Babiš club, said the resignation of the Social Democrats from the government and departure was not spoken.
Communists who supported the Babiš government in July called a meeting in the Executive Committee next Tuesday. Zeman had previously said that the information about the Babis son's alleged kidnapping seemed like a wild conspiracy, the government could not threaten him. The president wants to ask the Prime Minister about his meeting next week on Monday.