Czech Republic officially promulgates general election results


Czech Interior Ministry on Wednesday announced on its website that the results of the Oct. 25-26 general election have become officially promulgated in the Digest of Laws.

Complaints against the elections' course could be filed with the Supreme Administrative Court (NSS) as from Thursday.

Czech Social Democrats (CSSD) won the general election with a 20.45 percent of the vote, which was followed by ANO 2011 (18.65 percent), the Communists (KSCM, 14.91 percent), TOP 09 (11.99 percent), the Civic Democrats (ODS, 7.72 percent), the Dawn of Direct Democracy (6.88 percent) and the Christian Democrats (KDU-CSL, 6.78 percent).

About 5 million voters participated in the polls and the turnout of the general election is slightly under 60 percent.