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Sme rodina might be pushed out

OĽaNO leader Igor Matovič admitted the ruling coalition may continue without Sme Rodina, as it refuses to clean up the police. He will do everything in his power to keep Sme rodina in the coalition. ( Sme rodina’s leader Boris Kollár said that his party won’t be involved with a special committee set up to evict the mafia from the police and security services. He backed the committee’s creation on Wednesday, but now is concerned that Fico’s mafia will be replaced by “Čurilla mafia” (one of the elite detectives arrested by the police inspection is named Juraj Čurilla). He wants the coalition to deal with energy prices and building rental housing. PM Eduard Heger (OĽaNO) responded that the committee will start working today. Matovič, Daniel Lipšic, and Roman Mikulec deem the statement about the “Čurilla mafia” totally inappropriate. (, (,

Without Sme rodina, the coalition has 75 seats in the 150-member parliament, plus it might be backed by two MPs, former Za ľudí members. SaS and Za ľudí are also willing to continue without Sme rodina. They would not miss Kollár’s links to the mafia, controversial nominations (Maroš Žilinka and Vladimír Pčolinský), and costly initiatives (rental housing and parental pension bonus).


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

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