Prague Prime Minister Andrej Babiš said on social networks Thursday that people were knocking on the door of a Swiss apartment in which his first married son, who spoke to the News List, reported a kidnapping in the Crimea and his role in Cape Hat. On Friday morning before leaving for a meeting in Brussels for journalists, he divorced the situation.
"Our TV crews are moving to Switzerland, my lady told me yesterday that journalists will probably knock on the door of the apartment where my son lives at regular intervals, which made him feel worse. Babis said on Friday morning.
"There are no new facts, some journalists have abused the information my son and his mother live in, I consider it the greatest hyenism I know," added the Czech PM.
Babiš in the conversation mentioned the editors of the News List server who interviewed Andrey Babiš's young people. "They used Mafia methods. Editors used methods of the Mafia to shoot (son) against their will," he said.
The Czech prime minister reiterated that no kidnapping took place and denied that a government crisis would occur. "I will never go back and let everyone remember," Prime Minister Andrej Babis (ANO) said on Monday. He is happy that President Zeman and Senator Cunek supported him.
The son's current residence was found by journalists on the Mailing List, Sabina Slonková and Jiří Kubík, who interviewed him on the spot and published it on the News List on Tuesday.
"Among the Czech journalists, it is said today that some of them will go to the address. I ask them to leave," he wrote in a post published on 22.10 on Twitter and then on Facebook. "Are you really that relentless?" He added.
On the third day, the tensions between the journalists Elector and Kubík were triggered by the Prime Minister. Babis Jr is a key witness and, at the same time, suspects in the case of a donkey donation.
The son of the prime minister, in his words, was kidnapped in the past to the Crimea, so he can not testify. But Babiš denied it.