PRAGUE (Reuters) - Leftist former prime minister Milos Zeman won the Czech Republic's first direct presidential election, partial results showed on Saturday.
Zeman, 68, was leading by 55.8 to 44.2 percent over Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg, a prince from a centuries-old aristocratic family, results from 93.75 percent of voting districts showed.
(Reporting by Jan Lopatka; Editing by Janet Lawrence)
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