Peter Pellegrini is leaving Smer party and setting up his own


Ex-PM Peter Pellegrini announced he is leaving the Smer party and setting up his own. He can’t coexist with Robert Fico, and turned down his offer for the position of Smer party leader. Fico was willing to step down and become head of the Alexander Dubček Foundation. Pellegrini is yet to disclose his new party colleagues, but they are likely to include Denisa Saková, Richard Raši and Peter Žiga. Media estimate ten of Smer’s 37 MPs will join him. According to a recent poll, over 20% of Slovaks would vote for the new party.



Please reload

Táto správa je z Ekonomiky DNES, denného prehľadu najdôležitejších ekonomických správ zo Slovenska.

This news is from the Slovak Business News TODAY, one-page summary of all the important Slovak business news.

No plans to close schools, stores and restaurants


The number of positive Covid-19 tests rose to a new daily high of 338. The number of active cases stands at 3,340 and the number of deaths 41. The gov...

NBS is not working on new regulation for corporate bills and bonds


The central bank NBS is not working on new regulation for corporate bills and bonds sold to retail clientele. It deems the current regulation sufficie...

NBS nepripravuje novú reguláciu korporátnych zmeniek a dlhopisov


Centrálna banka NBS nepripravuje novú reguláciu vydávania korporátnych zmeniek a dlhopisov pre retailovú klientelu. Súčasná regulácia je podľa nej dos...

Please reload

Copyright  © 1994 - 2019    Symsite Research         All rights reserved.