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Parliament: Distribution of Seats and Elected MPs

Source: Statistical Office SR

With the election votes counted and allocated, the list of MPs of respective parties who will represent the Slovak people in parliament is now known, with 83 for Smer-SD, 16 each for KDH and OLaNO, 13 for Most-Hid and 11 each for the slumped SDKU and SaS parties.

Here is the official list of elected MPs from the Statistical Office of the Slovak Republic in alphabetical order:

Elected Members of the National Council of the SR


 

No. First name and surname Political party
1 Pavol Abrhan KDH
2 Ladislav Andreánsky SMER – SD
3 Michal Bagačka SMER – SD
4 Vladimír Baláž SMER – SD
5 Tibor Bastrnák MOST – HÍD
6 Jaroslav Baška SMER – SD
7 Miroslav Beblavý SDKÚ – DS
8 Juraj Blanár SMER – SD
9 Otto Brixi SMER – SD
10 Július Brocka KDH
11 Dušan Bublavý SMER – SD
12 Jozef Buček SMER – SD
13 Béla Bugár MOST – HÍD
14 Jozef Burian SMER – SD
15 Gabriel Csicsai MOST – HÍD
16 Dušan Čaplovič SMER – SD
17 Miroslav Číž SMER – SD
18 Jaroslav Demian SMER – SD
19 Juraj Droba SaS
20 Daniel Duchoň SMER – SD
21 Mikuláš Dzurinda SDKÚ – DS
22 Árpád Érsek MOST – HÍD
23 Vladimír Faič SMER – SD
24 Martin Fecko OĽaNO
25 Igor Federič SMER – SD
26 Martin Fedor SDKÚ – DS
27 Robert Fico SMER – SD
28 Ján Figeľ KDH
29 Pavol Frešo SDKÚ – DS
30 Martin Fronc KDH
31 Darina Gabániová SMER – SD
32 Dušan Galis SMER – SD
33 Ľubomír Galko SaS
34 Gábor Gál MOST – HÍD
35 Milan Géci SMER – SD
36 Monika Gibalová KDH
37 Tibor Glenda SMER – SD
38 Martin Glváč SMER – SD
39 Pavol Goga SMER – SD
40 Lea Grečková SMER – SD
41 Augustín Hambálek SMER – SD
42 Alojz Hlina OĽaNO
43 Eva Horváthová OĽaNO
44 Igor Hraško OĽaNO
45 Andrej Hrnčiar MOST – HÍD
46 Pavol Hrušovský KDH
47 Mikuláš Huba OĽaNO
48 Ján Hudacký KDH
49 Rudolf Chmel MOST – HÍD
50 Igor Choma SMER – SD
51 Martin Chren SaS
52 Ľubomír Jahnátek SMER – SD
53 Elemér Jakab MOST – HÍD
54 Mária Janíková SMER – SD
55 Dušan Jarjabek SMER – SD
56 Viliam Jasaň SMER – SD
57 Vladimír Jánoš SMER – SD
58 Erika Jurinová OĽaNO
59 Miroslav Kadúc OĽaNO
60 Robert Kaliňák SMER – SD
61 Ladislav Kamenický SMER – SD
62 Ľudovít Kaník SDKÚ – DS
63 Peter Kažimír SMER – SD
64 Marián Kéry SMER – SD
65 Andrej Kolesík SMER – SD
66 Jozef Kollár SaS
67 Maroš Kondrót SMER – SD
68 Magda Košútová SMER – SD
69 Marián Kovačócy SMER – SD
70 Daniel Krajcer SaS
71 Mikuláš Krajkovič SMER – SD
72 Stanislav Kubánek SMER – SD
73 Štefan Kuffa OĽaNO
74 Marián Kvasnička KDH
75 Jana Laššáková SMER – SD
76 Tibor Lebocký SMER – SD
77 Daniel Lipšic KDH
78 Iveta Lišková SMER – SD
79 Michal Lukša SMER – SD
80 Róbert Madej SMER – SD
81 Marek Maďarič SMER – SD
82 Mojmír Mamojka SMER – SD
83 Ľuboš Martinák SMER – SD
84 Anton Martvoň SMER – SD
85 Vladimír Matejička SMER – SD
86 Igor Matovič OĽaNO
87 Helena Mezenská OĽaNO
88 Ján Mičovský OĽaNO
89 Jozef Mihál SaS
90 Ivan Mikloš SDKÚ – DS
91 Jozef Mikloško KDH
92 Jozef Mikuš SDKÚ – DS
93 Juraj Miškov SaS
94 Milan Mojš SMER – SD
95 Dušan Muňko SMER – SD
96 Peter Muránsky KDH
97 Emília Müllerová SMER – SD
98 József Nagy MOST – HÍD
99 Oľga Nachtmannová SMER – SD
100 Lucia Nicholsonová SaS
101 Viliam Novotný SDKÚ – DS
102 Bibiána Obrimčáková SMER – SD
103 Branislav Ondruš SMER – SD
104 Peter Osuský SaS
105 Milan Panáček SMER – SD
106 Pavol Paška SMER – SD
107 Pavol Pavlis SMER – SD
108 Svetlana Pavlovičová SMER – SD
109 Peter Pellegrini SMER – SD
110 Ľubomír Petrák SMER – SD
111 Ján Počiatek SMER – SD
112 Ján Podmanický SMER – SD
113 Martin Poliačik SaS
114 Peter Pollák OĽaNO
115 Radoslav Procházka KDH
116 Alojz Přidal KDH
117 Róbert Puci SMER – SD
118 Richard Raši SMER – SD
119 Ján Richter SMER – SD
120 Mária Ritomská OĽaNO
121 Ľubica Rošková SMER – SD
122 Marián Saloň SMER – SD
123 Ján Senko SMER – SD
124 Zsolt Simon MOST – HÍD
125 László Sólymos MOST – HÍD
126 Viktor Stromček SMER – SD
127 Richard Sulík SaS
128 Boris Susko SMER – SD
129 František Šebej MOST – HÍD
130 Branislav Škripek OĽaNO
131 Ivan Štefanec SDKÚ – DS
132 Peter Šuca SMER – SD
133 Ivan Švejna MOST – HÍD
134 Viera Tomanová SMER – SD
135 Ivan Uhliarik KDH
136 Jozef Valocký SMER – SD
137 Jana Vaľová SMER – SD
138 Ivan Varga SMER – SD
139 Richard Vašečka OĽaNO
140 Magdaléna Vášáryová SDKÚ – DS
141 Ľubomír Vážny SMER – SD
142 Jozef Viskupič OĽaNO
143 Anna Vitteková SMER – SD
144 Pavol Zajac KDH
145 Marián Záhumenský SMER – SD
146 Renáta Zmajkovičová SMER – SD
147 Ľubomír Želiezka SMER – SD
148 Peter Žiga SMER – SD
149 Jana Žitňanská KDH
150 Lucia Žitňanská SDKÚ – DS

4 Comments for “Parliament: Distribution of Seats and Elected MPs”

  1. George M

    I get the feeling Uncle Fico realised that actually the majority of them COULD happily run the one ticket raffle, but not a country. ie Lots of pie dipping , that will cause him no end of issues, with Sulik, Fair Play, Trans Int and the media watching their every move !

    Not sure why he is worried thou ?…I mean dumb Slovaks still vote for a total crook . First Meciar, then Durinda , then Fico !

    • Dave Crawford

      As I suggested, Focus and their pollsters got it so wrong. The local results are interesting, El Fico (SMER) still got the majority of the votes cast with 37.7% but that indicates that almost 1 in 5 of his previous supporters have changed sides since the last election. KDH polled 14.35%, Matovic earned 14.14%, SDKU – 8.67% and SAS were the last party to qualify with 7.06%. Most-Hid fell to 2.56% just behind Oberststurmfuerer Slota with 2.62%. The swing here ( The SK don’t have a swingometer!) suggests that commonsense and illeligence is in gretaer supply here in the east than previously thought.
      If the same figures had been repeated across the nation we would have an even more interesting future ahead of us!!!!!

  2. Dave Crawford

    It would appear that Bobby no Mates has looked around the table at his 82 nodding dog cohorts and suddenly realised that the majority of them could not run a one ticket raffle let alone a country. During his last glorious riegn he had to replace no less than 11 ministers. Faced with this dilemma, rumour has it ( JB have you heard anything on the grapevine?) that he is considering offering ministerial posts to members of the opposition even if non of the other parties join his government. This of course would solve his two most immediate problems – the total lack of any ability within the SMER ranks and some convenient whipping boys to take the blame when the country goes tits up.

  3. George M

    I don`t suppose there is a breakdown of people, age and types who actually voted for Smer anywhere ?

    I just want to know is there a profile of typical Slovak cretin voter, that can fall for bribes, lies and has no memory of just over a year ago , when the word Interblue was a question being avoid by Mr Fico and many female spokespersons .

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