Good choice? Ex-minister announces his ambition of founding a party

Former health minister Tomáš Drucker posted news on Facebook.

Tomáš Drucker, once a Smer nominee, served as a health and interior minister.Tomáš Drucker, once a Smer nominee, served as a health and interior minister. (Source: TASR)

“It has been decided. We are going for it,” ex-health and interior minister Tomáš Drucker wrote on Facebook.

He thus confirmed the weeks-long rumours regarding his desire to establish his own political party, which he named Dobrá voľba (Good Choice).

“If there is something politics lacks today, it is normality,” he wrote next to his promo video on the social media.

Read also:UPDATED: Drucker resigns as interior minister Read more 

Drucker disappeared from politics last year, but he remains one of the most trustworthy politicians. Given the June poll by the Focus agency, Drucker is the third-most trustworthy politicians with 34.5 percent, as reported by the Sme daily.

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