Czech law was potentially broken when securing €1.67m grant for complex owned by Andrej Babiš, anti-fraud unit says

Pressure on Andrej Babiš, the Czech Republic’s embattled prime minister, has intensified after an EU report concluded that numerous laws were broken to obtain European subsidies for a hotel and conference centre he owns.

The union’s anti-fraud unit, Olaf, said violations that potentially broke Czech law on subsidy fraud were committed in winning a €1.67m (£1.49m) grant for the Čapí Hnízdo (Stork’s Nest) complex south of Prague.

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Scathing EU report alleging lawbreaking piles pressure on Czech PM

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