Czech presidential election
The first round of the presidential election results in a second round that will be held on 26 and 27 January between Milos Zeman and Jiri Drahos.
Russia-friendly Czech President Milos Zeman won the first round of voting to retain his job on Saturday, but pro-western runner-up Jiri Drahos will be a formidable opponent in the second round vote in two weeks, nearly complete results showed.
With over half of the votes counted, provisional first-round results indicate a second round on 26-27 January between Milos Zeman and runner-up Jiri Drahos. 2018-02-06 13:49:31 (First version)
The s econd round w il l be he ld on 2 6 an d 27 January between Milos Zeman and Jiri Drahos. 2018-02-06 13:49:31 (Update)
The f i rs t r o u n d o f t he p r e s i d e n t i a l e l ec t ion r e s u l t s i n a s e c o nd round t h a t will be held on 26 and 27 January between Milos Zeman and Jiri Drahos. (Current version)
Incumbent Milos Zeman, who opposes immigration and objects to EU sanctions against Russia, is elected to a second term as President of the Czech Republic, after receiving 51.8 percent of the votes in the run-off election over pro-EU challenger Jiri Drahos. 2018-01-27 (Context: Jiri Drahos, Milos Zeman)
The president of the Czech Republic, Milos Zeman, marks the 26th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution by attending an anti-Islam rally in Prague with the "Bloc against Islam" group which supports the president. The rally is also attended by observers from the German protest movement, PEGIDA (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the Occident) and Tommy Robinson, a prominent British anti-Islam activist. Zeman tells the crowd of several thousand that they aren't extremists for advocating closing the Republic's borders to Muslim migrants. 2015-11-17 (Context: Milos Zeman)
Milos Zeman wins Czech presidential election and becomes the next President of the Czech Republic running ahead of Karel Schwarzenberg. 2013-01-26 (Context: Milos Zeman)
Voters in Czech Republic go to the polls for a presidential election. Two candidates, Milos Zeman and Karel Schwarzenberg, will face in second round on 25-26 January. 2013-01-12 (Context: Milos Zeman)