Elessons in the Czech Republic with Prime Minister Andrei Babis as the favorite and denounced in the Pandora Papers.
The intention to vote is dispersed among six electoral offers.
The Czechs have started voting this Friday and will continue on Saturday in a legislative elections marked by the relationship with tax havens of Prime Minister Andrej Babis
He is the favorite in the polls, one of the richest people in the Czech Republic. He dominated the polls, with a 27% intention to vote, before it was revealed that he had bought properties on the French Côte d’Azur for an amount of 16 million euros through tax haven companies.
Several political analysts doubt that the scandal could diminish support for Babis. During his term in office, the Czech economy grew strongly, keeping unemployment below 3%, the lowest rate in the European Union for several years.
According to the polls, the Social Democrats, who have governed the last four years in coalition with Babis, would be out of parliament.
Five formations would enter the Chamber, including two new coalitions opposed to Babis, which would obtain 21 to 17% of the votes.
Also, the ultranationalists, 12 percent and the communists, the latter with slightly more than 6 percent after having supported the liberal Babis government.
And a new formation, Prisaha, which declares itself pro-European and anti-corruption, would get a 5.7.
The results will be known this Saturday night.