Region: Slovak Opposition Parties Meet to Discuss 2010

BACK in 1998 the centre-right parties created a five-member coalition to put an end to the rule of Prime Minister Vladimír Mečiar who, according to critics, was bringing Slovakia to the verge of international isolation and posing serious threats to the development of the country’s emerging democracy. After more than a decade, and two terms governing the country, the centre-right parties – now in opposition – met again to discuss possible cooperation for the 2010 elections in order to unseat the ruling coalition led by Prime Minister Robert Fico and his Smer party…

Read more at The Slovak Spectator.

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