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Zeman commented on the opponent’s statements about "interference of the Russian special services" in the Czech elections

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Czech President Miloš Zeman commented on the statement of his rival on the second round of presidential elections, Jiri Dragos. Dragos, who previously headed the Czech Academy of Sciences, said that "he has information about interference in the elections in the Czech Republic by the Russian special services."


Dragos claims that the Russian special services allegedly intervened in the parliamentary elections in the Chechen Republic in the autumn of 2017.

Drugosh:
They are also trying to influence the presidential election.


Zeman, after listening to his opponent during the debates, said that if the Russian special services had intervened in the Czech elections, Mr. Dragos would probably not have gone further than participation in the first round. At the same time, the current president added that candidate Dragos insulted his statement with millions of Czech voters, trying to declare them a mob manipulated by special services of a foreign state.

Zeman commented on the opponent’s statements about "interference of the Russian special services" in the Czech elections


Miloš Zeman:
Your statements are confusing to the public. The Security and Information Service has previously officially declared that your statement is a lie. If the Russian special services intervened, then, most likely, they would have promoted the Communists, but the Communists (during the parliamentary elections) would have failed.


The second round of presidential elections will be held in the Czech Republic on January 27.
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  1. andrewkor
    andrewkor 24 January 2018 05: 44
    +1
    Paranoia, and only, is treated by an ice ax!
    1. siberalt
      siberalt 24 January 2018 06: 03
      +4
      The contagious tendency of the failed presidential candidates to blame Russia for this has gone. But everyone knows what prevents a bad dancerlaughing
      1. Reptiloid
        Reptiloid 24 January 2018 06: 06
        +3
        There is information !!!
        But they are secret !!!!!!
      2. Geisenberg
        Geisenberg 24 January 2018 13: 16
        +1
        Quote: siberalt
        The contagious tendency of the failed presidential candidates to blame Russia for this has gone. But everyone knows what prevents a bad dancerlaughing


        The trend is not terrible. Under such a guise, one can actually intervene somewhere and everyone will think that this is another stuff like the Russian hackers who stole democracy ...

        It would be nice to bring this talker to account for libel)))
    2. Spartanez300
      Spartanez300 24 January 2018 06: 18
      +1
      It has already become fashionable to accuse Russia of interfering in elections.
      1. Orionvit
        Orionvit 24 January 2018 13: 04
        +1
        Quote: Spartanez300
        It has already become fashionable to accuse Russia of interfering in elections.

        Only these are also lost in time, almost 30 years have passed since the collapse of the Union, and these are still seen everywhere by the Communists. laughing
        If the Russian special services intervened, then most likely they would promote the communists
        Yes, stereotypes are stronger than ever. laughing
      2. Geisenberg
        Geisenberg 24 January 2018 13: 17
        +1
        Quote: Spartanez300
        It has already become fashionable to accuse Russia of interfering in elections.


        Everyone remembers what happened to the boy who shouted about the wolves)))
  2. verner1967
    verner1967 24 January 2018 05: 46
    +2
    At the same time, the incumbent president added that candidate Dragos with his statement offends millions of Polish voters,
    I don’t understand, are there Russian secret services involved or Polish voters? Or is it Mr. Zeman with a hangover?
    1. Bykov.
      Bykov. 24 January 2018 05: 53
      +1
      Quote: verner1967
      At the same time, the incumbent president added that candidate Dragos with his statement offends millions of Polish voters,
      I don’t understand, are there Russian secret services involved or Polish voters? Or is it Mr. Zeman with a hangover?

      and what have POLISH voters to do with it?
  3. Same lech
    Same lech 24 January 2018 05: 51
    +1
    .
    If the Russian special services intervened, then most likely they would promote the Communists, but the Communists (during the parliamentary elections) failed.

    smile Nonsense...
    in place of the Russian special services, I would just use people like Jiri DRAGOSH ... like a Trojan horse.

    Introducing an agent with an iron legend using Russophobic rhetoric and voila SEZAM DISCOVER.
    There is nothing more pleasant then to sit on the neck of a stupid man in the street and push him around using his fears and prejudices.
    Politicians are just ordinary people like us all ... they are also subject to varying degrees with all human vices and shortcomings ... intelligence agencies use them to the fullest.
    The main thing here is not to burrow as it often happens ... there are plenty of examples of agents failing for purely human reasons ... like for example in the USA ... whose bank account is too swollen ... someone blundered his wife too much ... who I bought a valuable thing beyond my means, etc.
  4. Herculesic
    Herculesic 24 January 2018 05: 57
    +3
    Then, Dragos generally should be silent in order to pass for clever! fool For it turns out that it was our special services that helped him win the first round of elections, and he “burned” them and at the same time “burned himself” by signing his own stupidity!
  5. ImPerts
    ImPerts 24 January 2018 06: 06
    +2
    I like Zeman. This is not the first time that he has been giving competitor reasoning. I remember at a PACE meeting, he beautifully finished off the descendants of the Sumerians.
    1. Orionvit
      Orionvit 24 January 2018 13: 14
      0
      Quote: ImPerts
      This is not the first time that he has been giving competitor good reasoning.

      Where do you see competent argumentation?
      If the Russian special services intervened, then most likely they would promote the communists
      Repetition of the most stupid Western stereotypes and outright stupidity. However, maybe it works in the Czech Republic.
      1. ImPerts
        ImPerts 24 January 2018 15: 45
        +1
        This is what I see.
        Take a stereotype and show its frank stupidity.
  6. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 24 January 2018 06: 31
    +1
    “He has evidence of Russian special services interfering in elections in the Czech Republic”
    An opponent of the president decided to saddle, as he thought, a skate checked by the West, but ... And frankly, Russophobia, like a plague spreads in Western countries and I hope that it will soon begin to really mow the infected.
  7. kush62
    kush62 24 January 2018 06: 44
    0
    In stock there is another skate. Perhaps 50 years, and even 60, Mr. Zeman molested some kind of beauty. Ah wretch and naughty man. These are not taken for president !!! laughing
    1. Zlat070
      Zlat070 24 January 2018 08: 32
      0
      Yeah! Now, if he harassed a handsome man, then he is a “normal”, tolerant candidate!
  8. bald
    bald 24 January 2018 07: 19
    +2
    Well, even the Amazon tribes, when choosing a leader, do not carry such stupidity - decent peoples.
    1. Berber
      Berber 24 January 2018 08: 53
      +1
      They just have primitive media. On tom tamah such nonsense is hard to propagate. laughing
      1. bald
        bald 24 January 2018 12: 32
        +1
        Yes, the media - nowhere, not to the Red Army. In general, there must be some kind of responsibility for a constant, frank get along.
  9. nivander
    nivander 24 January 2018 12: 51
    0
    the cat threw kittens is Putin's fault
  10. AllXVahhaB
    AllXVahhaB 25 January 2018 09: 56
    0
    And why would we promote the communists? What kind of templates? In our country, the Communists themselves do not go ...