PRAGUE (Reuters) – Czech President Milos Zeman appointed a cabinet on Wednesday led by Prime Minister Jiri Rusnok that faces almost certain rejection by parties in parliament. The leftist president chose the economist Rusnok, a longtime ally and finance minister in a Zeman-led cabinet a decade ago, to lead the EU member state into an election next year and help the economy out of a recession now in its second year. But the cabinet is likely to lose a vote of confidence due within a month as parties reject Zeman's choice, leading to more political bickering and possibly an early election. …
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