Fico says Sulik is the curse of Slovak politics
Yesterday opposition leader Robert Fico spoke out against the statements of his colleague on the other bench, parliamentary speaker and SaS chairman Richard Sulik, about how Slovakia should have a plan B in case the euro collapsed.
Fico said the public should given no weight to Sulik’s comments, which he saw as irresponsible, damaging and as posing a threat to the stability of the euro in Slovakia. He called on Sulik to weigh up every word he says and their repercussions.
Fico emphasised how his Smer-SD party believed adoption of the euro to be one of Slovakia’s greatest successes, while adding that “Mr Sulik has once again shown that he is a curse in the Slovak political system”.