Slovak SaS party minister resigns, government loses majority |



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Slovakia’s Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) party ministers will resign on Wednesday, SaS leader and economy minister Richard Sulík announced on Friday. He justified the move at a time of ongoing government crisis. By the fact that the Minister of Finance and the head of the most powerful government movement Ordinary People and Independent Persons (OLaNO) Igor Matovich, his SaS demand to leave the Cabinet was not fulfilled.

Both OLaNO and two other government parties have not won the required majority in the House of Representatives. In addition to the SaS Minister of Economy, Prime Minister Eduard Heger is represented in the government by Ministers for Foreign Affairs, Justice and Education.

“We will be stepping down from the government next Wednesday. Watching Matovich destroy the country with his inventions is a heavy burden for the country,” he said in a long personal dispute with Matovich. Sleek said. Sulík added that he expects the head of state to accept his resignation on September 8.

SaS already withdrew from the coalition agreement in July, giving partners time to implement the aforementioned ultimatum until the end of August. .

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