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Czech Election: Czechs vote to elect next president

Czech Republic voters will go to the polls this weekend, in a presidential election widely regarded as a referendum on the country's western alliance. With voting in the first of a two-round election taking place on Friday and Saturday, opinion polls have shown the outspoken anti-immigration incumbent currently leads the field. Sara Morice reports.

Czech Republic votes in the run-off elections

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