WARSAW, January 26 (RIA Novosti) - Former Czech Prime Minister Milos Zeman has won the country's first direct presidential election in the second round, the Czech state statistics directorate (ChSU) said on Saturday.
With all the votes counted, Zeman had won 54.80 percent. His rival, Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg, won 45.19 percent.
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