LAST WEEK IN SLOVAKIA

The story of the short-lived proxy and more "values" brought up

Sunday saw shops open again and a Sme Rodina MP leave her plenipotentiary post after just a few days. Fico let slip an unintended confession.

Sme Rodina MP Petra Krištúfková and the leader of the party, Boris Kollár.  Sme Rodina MP Petra Krištúfková and the leader of the party, Boris Kollár. (Source: TASR)

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Krištúfková’s come-and-go proxy moment shows something about the ruling coalition. Sunday shopping and abortions are back. Pellegrini takes 10 MPs away from Smer, and Fico calls out treason.

What Krištúfková shows

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