The current President of the Czech Republic Zeman won the first round of presidential elections, but failed to enlist the support of an absolute majority

Victory in the first round of presidential elections in the Czech Republic was won by the current head of state miloš Zeman, for it gave voice 38,59% of voters, resulting in a Saturday radio data Czech Statistical office Czech Republic on the basis of calculation of 99.9% of the vote.

In second place is his main competitor, former head of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic Jiri Dragos from 26.6%.

The turnout was 61,91%.

Because no candidate won more than 50% of the votes, on January 26 and 27 held a second round of elections.

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