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Mikuláš Bek, Rector of Masaryk University in Brno, won the second round of the Senate elections in Brno-město with 72,40% of the vote. Photo credit: Ben Skála, Benfoto [GFDL or CC BY-SA 3.0 ], from Wikimedia Commons.

Brno, Oct 14 (BD) – His opponent, Jaromír Ostrý, ex-director of the Czech Radio (Český rozhlas) in Brno and Zlín and candidate for ANO, received 27,59% of the vote.

Bek was nominated by the Mayors and Independents (Starostové a nezávislí) and was supported by the Greens, ODS and TOP 09.

According to the Czech Statistical Office, 12,72% of eligible voters participated in the second round of the Senate elections in the Senate district Brno-město.

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