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Sme reports Most-Híd and Smer have agreed on proxy for minorities

The dominant Smer party and Most-Híd party, in the opposition, have agreed that Most-Hid will nominate the government proxy for minorities, the Sme daily wrote, citing information from the TA3 TV news channel.

The dominant Smer party and Most-Híd party, in the opposition, have agreed that Most-Hid will nominate the government proxy for minorities, the Sme daily wrote, citing information from the TA3 TV news channel.

Most-Híd is likely to propose former MP László Nagy, Sme wrote, but Smer might be concerned because Nagy is a witness in a corruption case involving the deputy mayor of Košice, Eugen Čuňo. The daily wrote that it was not confirmed as of May 30 that Nagy would be nominated for the post.

Source: Sme

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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