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Who is Lucia Nicholsonová?

Lucia Nicholsonová was born in 1976. She started her career as a journalist at several news outlets, including The Slovak Spectator.

Lucia Nicholsonová(Source: TASR)

Nicholsonová entered politics before the 2010 election when she became one of the faces of Freedom and Solidarity (SaS). She was elected to parliament, but then took a post in the executive instead. She worked as the state secretary (deputy minister) at the Labour Ministry.

In 2012 Nicholsonová was re-elected to parliament in the early election, as well as in 2016.

Source: SITA

Topic: Election


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