Baťo not to be new president’s spokesman

RADO Baťo, journalist and spokesman for ex-prime minister Iveta Radičová, who led the campaign of president-elect Andrej Kiska, will not work as Kiska’s spokesman after he takes up the presidential office.

RADO Baťo, journalist and spokesman for ex-prime minister Iveta Radičová, who led the campaign of president-elect Andrej Kiska, will not work as Kiska’s spokesman after he takes up the presidential office.

“I have never been planning to,” Baťo told the SITA newswire. At the same time, he said that he will continue working for Kiska until the official inauguration on June 15. He did not specify whether he would cooperate with the new president afterwards.

Source: SITA

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