In Slovakia, the remain vote would have it if there was a referendum on exiting the EU, sociologist opines.
European institutions are more interested in elections themselves in Slovakia than candidates and political parties, political analyst says.
The European Parliament election is nearing. Here is some basic information about the parties and their candidates.
The turnout was among the lowest in the EU in recent years.
Slovakia’s Agriculture Ministry welcomed the change, calling it a victory.
Citizens of other EU countries living in Slovakia can vote too. The registration deadline is coming.
Slovakia's EU Commissioner would like to continue in Brussels after EP election.
Slovakia's 14 seats would be distributed among eight political parties.
Slovak PM spoke in the European Parliament, faced criticism that lessons have not been learned in Slovakia
Improvement in trust rate is also due to arrests in the Kuciak murder case.
The vote will take place on Saturday, May 25.
Support for the resolution submitted by the Slovak National Party will not change the direction of the country’s foreign policy, said Most-Híd party.
Members of the European Parliament appreciated that the murderers have been arrested, but pointed out that people who ordered the murders are still unknown.
Quite a lot of the conventional wisdom about the European Union is simply wrong, yet political leaders across the continent continue to reinforce the public’s worst impressions.
European Socialists chose Hollander Frans Timmermans as their candidate.
Electing at least some MEPs on a cross-border basis, for example, would force candidates to articulate a vision for Europe, rather than count on preexisting party loyalties, to get elected.
Six months have passed since the murder of the journalist and his fiancée.
The General Prosecutor admitted that mistakes made in the early stage of investigating the case of the murdered reporter Ján Kuciak and his fiancée have complicated its start and slowed down the course of action. He…
French investigative film-maker, Laurent Richard, says that journalists in Malta and Slovakia should not feel alone. Freedom of the press is the base for democracy.
People like Robert Fico have convinced a fair amount of the population that a weak Brussels is good for a small country like Slovakia. It is not.