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Slovaks abroad prefer SaS

THE MOST successful party among Slovaks with permanent residency abroad was Freedom and Solidarity (SaS).

SaS chair Richard Sulík(Source: SITA)

Of 1,044 voters who sent their ballots back to Slovakia, SaS was picked by 312 people. Most-Híd was supported by 168 voters, while Sieť received votes from 166 people.

Slovaks living abroad also support the Ordinary People and Independent Personalities and NOVA movement (133 votes). Smer received 62 votes and People’s Party – Our Slovakia (ĽSNS) won 55 votes, the SITA newswire reported.

Topic: Election


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