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Opposition representative chosen for the Crisis Council

The opposition parties agreed on their candidate to represent them in the Government Council for the Economic Crisis. They chose Vladimír Tvarožka, the former state secretary of the Finance Ministry. His nomination was announced by Mikuláš Dzurinda, the head of Slovak Democratic Christian Union (SDKU) after the party’s negotiations with the Party of Hungarian Coalition (SMK), TASR newswire informed.

The opposition parties agreed on their candidate to represent them in the Government Council for the Economic Crisis. They chose Vladimír Tvarožka, the former state secretary of the Finance Ministry. His nomination was announced by Mikuláš Dzurinda, the head of Slovak Democratic Christian Union (SDKU) after the party’s negotiations with the Party of Hungarian Coalition (SMK), TASR newswire informed.

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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