Poll: Mika leads the fight for Bratislava mayor

But the difference between the first four candidates is small.Compiled by Spectator staff, 3. Oct 2018, at 22:23

The candidates for Bratislava mayor, l-r: Václav Mika, Ján Mrva, Ivo Nesrovnal and Matúš Vallo

Vallo: Bratislavans love their city, but are angry with it

Architect Matúš Vallo says politicians turning foreigners into a problem to gain political points are responsible for the murder of Henry Acorda.Jana Liptáková, 1. Oct 2018, at 11:39

Matúš Vallo

Have your say

The municipal election campaign has begun. Foreign residents can – and should – vote.Michaela Terenzani, 11. Sep 2018, at 7:15

Bratislava

FAQ: How can foreigners vote in municipal elections in Slovakia?

Foreigners living in Slovakia can influence the results of the upcoming municipal elections. Here is what you need to know before visiting a polling station.Compiled by Spectator staff, 5. Sep 2018, at 11:35

Do you know if you can vote in municipal elections?

Submit your answers to help research public opinion among foreigners in Slovakia.Compiled by Spectator staff, 16. Aug 2018, at 13:55

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Blog: Foreigners, get involved

What about making our voices heard? And not only in itsy-bitsy interviews about traditional cuisine and the High Tatras.Anca Dragu23. Feb 2018, at 8:10

Regional election 2017

Bratislava has its first candidate for mayoral post

The architect, urban activist and musician of the popular band Para Matús Vallo will run as a civic candidate, with the support of an expert team.Compiled by Spectator staff, 14. Feb 2018, at 13:52

Matúš Vallo and his team announce the candidacy February 13.

2018: Municipal elections and gearing up for the presidential vote

Political analysts offer their expectations for the starting year and sum up 2017.Michaela TerenzaniRadka Minarechová, 4. Jan 2018, at 13:28

President Andrej Kiska and Prime Minister Robert Fico