The Czech Republic's Prime Minister Andrej Babis appeared to have lost his grip on power in Saturday's election amid Pandora Papers scandal.

Iran PressEurope: The two-day election to fill 200 seats in the lower house of the Czech Republic’s parliament took place shortly after the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists reported details of Babis’ overseas financial dealings in a project dubbed the “Pandora Papers.” Babis, 67, has denied wrongdoing.

With almost all the votes counted, the Czech Statistics Office said Together, a liberal-conservative three-party coalition, captured 27.8% of the vote, beating Babis' ANO (Yes) party, which won 27.1%.

The major anti-migrant and anti-Muslim force in the Czech Republic, the Freedom and Direct Democracy party, finished fourth with 9.6% support.

Another huge data leak appears to have exposed undeclared assets linked to several high-ranking officials around the world. Dubbed the Pandora Papers, the investigation has found trails of offshore entities stretching from the United States to Asia.  219