Political analyst establishes new conservative party
Political analyst Petr Robejšek has announced the establishment of a new conservative party on the Czech political scene. The party, named Realists, is to defend family values, security and national interests. Robejšek, the party’s founder, is hoping to attract dissatisfied right-wing voters and puts the party’s voter potential at 20 percent. According to Czech Radio’s analyst Marie Bastlová the party could win over voters from the Civic Democrats, TOP 09, Dawn and ANO. It should be ready to register new members in January.