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Elections in the Czech Republic

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Czech Legislative Election Results (1996-2017)

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Czech Republic election: Social Democrats ahead in early exit polls

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Czech Election: Czechs vote to elect next president

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Czech Elections: Voting under way in presidential run-off

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Election victory for Andrej Babis - the 'Czech Donald Trump'

The Czech Republic elects a legislature at a national level. The Parliament has two chambers. The Chamber of Deputies has 200 members, elected for a four-year term by proportional representation with a 5% election threshold for political parties. The Senate has 81 members in single-seat constituencies, elected by two-round runoff voting for a six-year term, with one third of seats contested every even year in the autumn. The President of the Czech Republic was indirectly elected for five-year terms until 2012; beginning with the 2013 election, the president is elected by direct two-round runoff voting.
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