Politicians, writers and commentators answer audience questions on the future of the Czech Republic, chaired by Allan Little.
This month’s World Questions comes from the Czech Republic and tackles some of the big questions facing the country. In the capital, Prague, Allan Little brings politicians and commentators together to answer questions from the public. There was heated debate about billionaire Prime Minister Andrej Babis who has been struggling for months to form a coalition government. Which political direction should the country now take on issues like immigration, the health service, membership of the EU and foreign relations? All these were debated in the Archa Theatre, Prague in front of a large audience.
BBC World Questions is a series of international events created in partnership with the British Council.
(Photo: Cityscape of Prague, Credit: Getty Images)