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Right-Wing Parties Could Patch Up Old Grievances

The splintered and self-destructive political right-wing in Slovakia is trying to patch up old grievances and get co-operation back on track with the elections just over 2 weeks away.

The old alliance (c) The Daily

A meeting of the four “former” right-wing coalition parties SDKU, KDH, SaS and Most-Hid, will take place tomorrow in the hope of making a consolidated effort to push through the appointment of Jozef Centes as Attorney General, at least, by filing a complaint with the Constitutional Court.

It is not know whether the parties will open up the issue of post-election co-operation, but the issue is bound to be pushed onto the table.

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