Schuster says he might run again

PRESIDENT Rudolf Schuster has said that he might run again for his post after earlier announcing that he would retire after his term finishes in 2004. During a June 15 open house in the presidential palace, Schuster said "we'll see" when asked whether he would run again for the post. His wife Irena added that "although we agreed on something, he can run. It's his decision".

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