Freedom and Solidarity party seeks feedback from its supporters

After the results of last week's poll about the popularity of Slovakia’s political parties confirmed the strong dominance of opposition Smer party, the liberal Freedom and Solidarity party headed by Richard Sulík has initiated a poll to solicit its supporters’ opinions, the SITA newswire wrote.

After the results of last week's poll about the popularity of Slovakia’s political parties confirmed the strong dominance of opposition Smer party, the liberal Freedom and Solidarity party headed by Richard Sulík has initiated a poll to solicit its supporters’ opinions, the SITA newswire wrote.

The party's survey will ask its supporters via an on-line questionnaire about what they perceive as missteps of the government, about controversial articles and statements made by Sulík, and about their reactions to Sulík, who is Speaker of the Slovak Parliament, wearing a Superman costume at a ball or informal dress at a meeting with ambassadors.

"This time, I want to ask you for your opinion on the SaS party. It will help us be better," writes Sulík in a newsletter sent to party supporters by e-mail with reference to the webpage where they can complete the questionnaire.

Source: SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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