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Lipšic of KDH encourages voting for Radičová

The opposition must admit the mistakes they made in their style of governing and pay their moral debt to their electorate. The first step towards overcoming the frustration of the voters is to vote for Iveta Radičová in the presidential elections, said the deputy president of Christian Democratic Movement (KDH) Daniel Lipšic, SITA newswire reported. He is supported by members of the general public who are gathered in the initiative called Slovakia, You Can Make It! (Slovensko, Ty na to máš!) who believe that Slovakia is able to overcome its apathy and stagnation.

The opposition must admit the mistakes they made in their style of governing and pay their moral debt to their electorate. The first step towards overcoming the frustration of the voters is to vote for Iveta Radičová in the presidential elections, said the deputy president of Christian Democratic Movement (KDH) Daniel Lipšic, SITA newswire reported. He is supported by members of the general public who are gathered in the initiative called Slovakia, You Can Make It! (Slovensko, Ty na to máš!) who believe that Slovakia is able to overcome its apathy and stagnation.

Lipšic admitted his failures in the second government of Mikuláš Dzurinda where he served as Justice Minister. He considers as one of his biggest mistakes that he did not insist on KDH leaving the government when the alleged case of buying votes from MPs came to light.

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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