(FILES) A photo taken on Otober 26, 2013 shows Czech Social Democratic Party (CSSD) Chairman Bohuslav Sobotka.
AFP PHOTO / RADEK MICA
PRAGUE: The Czech president on Wednesday appointed a new center-left government bent on jump-starting the economy and creating jobs as the EU member struggles to recover from a record-long recession.
Leftist President Milos Zeman said the three-party majority coalition helmed by Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka was the "only one possible" in the wake of October's snap election.
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