Czech government loses vote of confidence

Amid rising uncertainty, president says he will keep centre-left administration in place for now.

A centre-left government put together by Czech President Miloš Zeman after the previous government collapsed in June over a corruption scandal has lost a vote of confidence in the country’s parliament.

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