Slovak president Andrej Kiska will authorise the outgoing Prime Minister – and chairman of the winning Smer party – Robert Fico to form a new government.
On March 7, Kiska announced at a press conference that he will ask Fico on March 8 to form a new government, and also admitted, as quoted by the TASR newswire, that the situation emerging after the election is complicated.
Kiska opined that probably everyone in Slovakia was surprised by the election outcome: “We have different results than had been expected by the parties themselves,” he said. “We have several new parties in parliament and we will also have there radical political extremism in uniforms.”
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