Parliamentary elections in the Czech Republic won the “disgruntled citizens” billionaire Babish

Andrew Babish

Right-centrist movement ANO (“Action of disgruntled citizens”) won the elections to the lower house of the Czech Parliament. For it voted 29.64 percent of voters, reports TASS.

Of the 200 seats in the house of representatives of the ANO is 78 seats.

The movement was founded in 2011 by billionaire Andrew Babish. In 2014, he has occupied the post of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, leaving the position in may 2017 amid a government crisis.

The policy is estimated at 2.5 billion dollars, he ranks second in the list of the richest citizens of the Czech Republic.