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Ordinary People's slate to be headed by physicist Martin Mojžiš

The Ordinary People and Independent Personalities party will be headed by physicist and Týždeň weekly journalist Martin Mojžiš at the top of its slate, followed by the head of the Slovak National Theatre drama section, Štefan Bučko, and university professor and paediatrician Eva Horváthová in third position, the TASR newswire reported. The chairman of the Ordinary People party, Igor Matovič, said the first five candidates on his party’s slate have a total of 14 university degrees, which is the highest number among all party slates published thus far.

The Ordinary People and Independent Personalities party will be headed by physicist and Týždeň weekly journalist Martin Mojžiš at the top of its slate, followed by the head of the Slovak National Theatre drama section, Štefan Bučko, and university professor and paediatrician Eva Horváthová in third position, the TASR newswire reported.

The chairman of the Ordinary People party, Igor Matovič, said the first five candidates on his party’s slate have a total of 14 university degrees, which is the highest number among all party slates published thus far.

Matovič said he will comment further on the party slate at a press conference on December 14.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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