Slovakia’s Prime Minister Robert Fico will stay hospitalised in the National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases (NÚSCH) until the end of this week.
Doctors will examine and test him, NÚSCH spokeswoman Dobroslava Krajačičová informed the TASR newswire on April 18. His doctors did not want to specify his diagnosis, as the premier’s family asked them not to do so. Fico allegedly had acute coronary syndrome, the Denník N wrote on April 15. His health condition is not worsening, though, the general manager of NÚSCH Mongi Msolly told the Aktuality.sk news website.
The prime minister should have presented the government’s programme manifesto in Parliament on April 18, asking the House to approve it and to express confidence in the cabinet that stems form the March election.
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