Igor Matovic The Prime Minister of Slovakia announced on Sunday that he was ready to change government positions Edward Hecker Withdrawing his terms against the finance minister and his coalition partners to resolve the government crisis, writes MTI, based on the Slovak public service news agency TASR.
According to the new word, the head of government he said:
Ahead of Holy Week, which we celebrate as a symbol of suffering, sacrifice and forgiveness, I decided to make a gesture to the people who demanded my resignation.
Igor Madovich’s announcement was welcomed by the four parties in the Slovak ruling coalition, particularly those who demanded the resignation of the Prime Minister. Richard Sulak Led by the Liberal Party for Freedom and Unity (SASS) and the People’s Party (SA Luda), Veronica Remisova He described Madovich’s announcement as “a worthy gesture for a politician”. SAS had already stopped participating in the coalition last week.
The new word writes that Hecker accepts Madovic’s request and will attend the Sa ாudľ bureau meeting on Sunday and ask for their support. If the coalition parties give their support, Heger will ask for a meeting on Monday Susanna Kaputova From the head of state.
Igor Madovic had pointed out a week ago that if his coalition partners fulfilled their earlier promises and resigned from their posts, he would resign as prime minister and hold another position in government. Some of these conditions have since been met. In the Slovak ruling coalition, the situation became tense a few weeks ago due to differing views from various quarters on epidemic management, further angered by the Prime Minister’s decision against the liberals to buy Slovakia from the Russian Sputnik V vaccine.
In Madovic’s announcement, Sass indicated that they appreciated Igor Madovic’s move and were “accepting the offer” and ready to return to government. Veronica Remisova, leader of the People’s Party, praised Madovich’s move and said it was an important step towards a fundamental improvement in cooperation within the coalition.
The leader of the second largest party in the ruling coalition, the center-right family (Sme Rodina), Boris Collar He also welcomed the move by Igor Madovich. He expressed hope that this would end the coalition crisis. He warned that if he did it again, his party would leave the alliance. Earlier last week, Coller warned that the coalition crisis should not be dragged out further, as early elections could take place if no agreement is reached by the end of next week.
A week ago, Igor Madovic made the resignation of the Prime Minister even more conditional. First and foremost he has to leave those positions that were loud enough to demand his resignation. Madovic is then chatting Richard Sule Minister of Economic Affairs, Maria Golkova Minister of Justice and Juraj Selika, Deputy Speaker of the Bratislava Parliament and Jana Pitte Sikanikova, Mentions the name of the Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Health. During the week, Sulak and Kolkova resigned, but Pitte Sikanikova and Selika did not. Madovich’s condition that coalition ministers must be redistributed on the basis of a post-election balance of power has not been met. Referring to this, Madovic asked Sass and the people to give him more positions in the cabinet according to their weight.
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