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>> Czech billionaire Andrej Babis celebrating a thumping victory in the country's election. The wealthy businessman has joined comparisons with US President Donald Trump campaigning on a promise to bring his business expertise to government and an anti-establishment message. Babis has promised to resist deeper integration with Europe and to keep out refugees and Czech voters responded.
Babis' A and O movement got 29.6% of the vote, nearly three times as many as anyone else. It's the first party to break a quarter century of dominance by two mainstream center left and center right parties. And highlights a shift in Europe where a refugee crisis has helped the rise of protest groups, voters given a mandate to barbers who has pledged to fight corruption when facing fraud charges himself.
Accusations he denies, Babis now faces the tricky task of finding willing government partners ready to overlook as legal troubles. Both of the ANO's former partners have said, they can't be in a cabinet with anyone under police investigation. That hasn't deterred the billionaire though, who says, he will talk to all parties.