Former Smer MPs will decide about Babiš and ŠtB at Constitutional Court

The Czech prime minister faced allegations of being a secret sponsor of Smer in the past.

Andrej BabišAndrej Babiš (Source: Sme)

The name of Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš, who is of Slovak origin, will appear in court again in connection with his alleged collaboration with the Communist-era secret service.

The Constitutional Court will decide about the complaint Babiš filed in a case that has been dragging on since 2012. The Sme daily pointed out that the senate of the court to decide on the complaint consists of three judges, two of whom are Jana Laššáková and Mojmír Mamojka, both previously prominent Smer MPs. At the same time, the daily points to past allegations that Babiš secretly sponsored the ruling party.

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