Almost all the votes are in and it’s a mess:
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There is little way out of this. With no parties above 25% of seats, there can be no coalitions with fewer than three parties. This means that some of the big options are off the table, particularly CSSD-KSCM. That was really the only chance for KSCM so despite their improvement by nearly 2%, they’re in just as bad a situation as before. The problem is that all of the /other/ government options seem equally impossible at the moment.
I’ve spent the last 2 hours listening to interviews with every party leader on CTV (and I mean every, since the station has made the very odd decision of bringing the leaders of all tiny parties into the studio and interviewing them, mainly, it seems, with the goal of taking them to task) for insisting that they should participate in the debate) and what we see from that is:
- Usvit’s leader claims they won’t enter into a government with anybody but will support any government that supports their goal of unrestricted refendums
- ANO’s leader claims they won’t enter into government with ODS or TOP09 or the Communists and says he can’t imagine supporting a Social Democratic government,
Which pretty much rules out any majority government.