Opposition pledges not to cooperate with Smer post election

Kiska’s party joined the non-aggression pact after peripeties.

Left to right: Andrej Kiska (Za Ľudí), Alojz Hlina (KDH), Michal Truban (PS), Miroslav Beblavý (Spolu)Left to right: Andrej Kiska (Za Ľudí), Alojz Hlina (KDH), Michal Truban (PS), Miroslav Beblavý (Spolu) (Source: SITA)

The non-parliamentary party Za Ľudí joined the non-aggression pact that was signed by the non-parliamentary party Christian Democratic Movement (KDH) and the coalition of Progressive Slovakia (PS) and Spolu back in summer.

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As Za ľudí chairman Andrej Kiska said, there had been a clause added to the agreement that any cooperation with Smer, the Slovak National Party and extremists after the election was out of the question, the TASR newswire reported.

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SaS may join, too

Leader of PS/Spolu coalition Michal Truban said that with this agreement, the parties should show that they are able to communicate with one another. He believes that such cooperation would work.

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