The Czech Statistics Office reported that using ballots from nearly 100 percent of polling stations counted, the ANO (YES) movement headed by Prime Minister Andrej Babis won 10 of the 13 areas contested during retirement on Friday and Saturday.
The result was an indication of a steady service for ANO, which won eight areas in 2016.
“It is a superb outcome,” Babis explained.
ANO also gets the most candidates progressing to the runoffs for 27 seats in the 81-seat Senate. The top two finishers in each district will confront each other at a head-to-head vote following weekend.
With ballots from 99% of channels dependent, ANO had nine candidates progressing into the runoffs.
The elections were first held in the Czech Republic throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Face masks were demanded in voting places.
Quarantined voters had the choice of casting ballots from vehicles in temporary polling stations throughout the nation.
People who have been not able to utilize a vehicle or venture outside could ask a distinctive electoral committee to ship a ballot box for their houses.
Ahead of the coronavirus pandemic, quarantined voters weren’t permitted to cast ballots, even though their numbers were comparatively low.
The Czech Republic is seeing a rise in fresh confirmed virus instances. The number of instances reported Friday has been 3,793. The nation has a total of 79,475 supported cases, such as 709 deaths.