After parliamentary elections in the Czech republic in 1998, the "hidden silent great coalition" was established, consisting of two big political parties - social and civic democrats. The coalition was a result of conflicts between the political parties and political elite. They were not able to find compromise and solutions and to create a "normal" government. Consequently, the two big political parties decided to modify the election system. The aim was to assure the strong governmental coalition after the next elections. Constitutional Court found some of the changes (the election divider - modified D'Hondt, the dimension of election districts etc.) as illegal. As a result, Czech republic is without the election law not even a year before the next parliamentary elections. This situation could endanger the stability of the democracy and the rule of law in the country.