On 20-21 October, the Czech Republic holds parliamentary elections. This panel discussion takes place in its aftermath to analyze the election results.

Who are the new actors gaining power? Is the cleavage structure changing in the Czech Republic? Who votes for which party and why? What do the results imply for the future of Czech and European politics?


Geographical Patterns of Popular Voting in 2017 Parliamentary Elections: Change or Stability?

Dr. Tomas Kostelecký, Director of the Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences

Distribution of voters in the elections and voter shifts between elections 

Dr. Michal Skop, Director of Kohovolit

Cleavages and Territorial Nationalization of Czech Political Parties

Mgr. Martin Lepic, PhD Candidate, Department of Social Georgraphy, Charles University


Moderator: Dr. Pelin Ayan Musil, Chair of Dept. of Pols, AAU