Parliament fails to elect head of FNM supervisory board

Parliament on Wednesday, August 11, failed to elect a new supervisory board chairman for the National Property Fund (FNM), after neither candidate for the post – Ľubomír Neslušal (Slovak National Party-SNS) and Ján Valko (Smer) – managed to get an absolute majority of votes.

Parliament on Wednesday, August 11, failed to elect a new supervisory board chairman for the National Property Fund (FNM), after neither candidate for the post – Ľubomír Neslušal (Slovak National Party-SNS) and Ján Valko (Smer) – managed to get an absolute majority of votes.

Parliament was able to elect two members of the FNM supervisory board: Bertalan Bóna (Most-Híd) and Jaroslav Ivan (KDH).

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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