UPDATED: MARCH 10, 2020 AT 11:11

Who will sit in Slovakia's next government?

President Zuzana Čaputová has already accepted all the nominations, and will appoint the new cabinet on March 21.

The representatives of the future coalition parties (l-r): Boris Kollár of Sme Rodina, Igor Matovič of OĽaNO, Veronika Remišová of Za Ľudí and Richard Sulík of SaSThe representatives of the future coalition parties (l-r): Boris Kollár of Sme Rodina, Igor Matovič of OĽaNO, Veronika Remišová of Za Ľudí and Richard Sulík of SaS (Source: TASR)
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Slovakia finally knows the names of the nominees who will sit in the new government, led by Igor Matovič of the Ordinary People and Independent Personalities (OĽaNO).

President Zuzana Čaputová has already accepted all the nominations, and will appoint the new cabinet on March 21.

Prime Minister - Igor Matovič, OĽaNO

Throughout his ten-year career in politics, Matovič has waged an anti-Smer, anti-Fico campaign. And over the last decade there have been a number of incidents where this made headlines.

“His most typical characteristic is that he is unpredictable,” Mesežnikov said of Matovič.

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