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Most-Híd presents its slate for 2012 election

Most-Híd, one of the current governing parties, submitted its list of candidates for the March 2012 general election to the Interior Ministry on Thursday, December 8, the TASR newswire reported, citing party spokesperson Nora Czuczorová. Most-Híd will go to the election under leadership of chairman Béla Bugár, vice-chairman and Agriculture Minister Zsolt Simon and caucus chairman László Solymos.

Most-Híd, one of the current governing parties, submitted its list of candidates for the March 2012 general election to the Interior Ministry on Thursday, December 8, the TASR newswire reported, citing party spokesperson Nora Czuczorová. Most-Híd will go to the election under leadership of chairman Béla Bugár, vice-chairman and Agriculture Minister Zsolt Simon and caucus chairman László Solymos.

The next places on the party's list went to: Deputy Prime Minister Rudolf Chmel, MPs Gábor Gál, Tibor Bastrnák and Ivan Švejna. Eighth place is taken by Elemer Jakab, followed by Peter Voros and Mayor of Martin Andrej Hrnčiar.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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