Heger’s cabinet has the trust of the parliament. MPs approved its programme statement

It was supported by 89 deputies present.

PM Eduard HegerPM Eduard Heger (Source: SITA)

The cabinet of Eduard Heger (OĽaNO) has won the trust of the parliament.

Its programme statement was approved on May 4 by 89 MPs, 55 were against it. Nobody abstained from the vote, the TASR newswire reported.

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The parliament has discussed the updated programme statement, which is very similar to the one prepared by the previous cabinet of Igor Matovič (OĽaNO), since last Friday, April 30. The document focuses on the recovery of the country after the pandemic, the fight against corruption, tax evasion and money laundering, as well as the operation of municipal governments.

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