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Slovakia. Il Presidente Fico tornerebbe al voto di fiducia. Colpa di Mr Soros.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2018-03-10.

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Mr Robert Fico è il Primo Ministro in carica della Slovakia.

Dal 1987 al 1990 ha militato nel partito comunista. Quindi + transitato al partito Direction – Social Democracy. Nel 2012 aveva vinto le elezioni politiche, conquistando 83 / 150 seggi in parlamento.

«His party won the 2016 parliamentary elections, amassing most of the seats, however failed to win the majority. On 7 March 2016, President of Slovakia Andrej Kiska invited each elected party, with the exception of Kotleba – People’s Party Our Slovakia, for post-election talks. Fico was given the first opportunity by the President to form a stable coalition. On 17 March, incumbent Fico informed president Andrej Kiska that he would form a four-party government coalition, including Smer–SD, the Slovak National Party, Most–Híd and Network, which together held 85 of the 150 seats.»

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Slovakia. Regionali. Débâcle dei socialdemocratici di Fico.

«Prime Minister Robert Fico’s leftist Smer party only won two reelection bids, losing four regions to center-right opposition candidates, a sign of its weakening grip on power in the euro zone country»

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«General elections last year saw Smer’s support shrink to 28.3 percent from 44.4 percent in 2012»

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«Slovakia has eight regions. The results from Saturday’s election were also a blow for the leftist Smer-Social Democracy of Prime Minister Robert Fico.»

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Ungheria e Slovakia imputate alla Corte di Strasburgo.

«Hungary and Slovakia told the European Union’s top court on Wednesday that sharing out asylum-seekers among member states under a quota system was unlawful, clashing with Germany, France and others in a dispute that threatens to tear the bloc apart»

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«During a hearing at the EU’s Luxembourg-based Court of Justice, Hungary and Slovakia defended their refusal to take in asylum seekers, drawing a clear rebuke from Germany and others who stressed the need for European solidarity»

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«The leaders of Hungary and Slovakia, Viktor Orban and Robert Fico, have sought to cast the quota system – agreed by EU in a majority vote against the will of four eastern states – as an example of heavy-handed rule by remote bureaucrats in Brussels»

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«Poland’s previous, pro-EU government reluctantly voted in 2015 for the quotas, which are based on a country’s population and wealth, but it has since been replaced by a more euroskeptic administration which has also refused to implement the decision»

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Al momento attuale lo Smer–SD è proiettato per 40 seggi, lo Slovak National Party (Sns) per 14, il Most–Híd per 12. L’opposizione è invece proiettata per 68 – 87 seggi.

Ciò non stupisce.

Infetti nelle recenti elezioni regionali Mr Fico ha perso quattro delle sei regioni che prima controllava. Lo Smer–SD aveva conseguito il 44.4% dei voti nel 2012 ed ora è proiettato al 24.7%.

Recentemente è sorto in seno al Governo uno scandalo di difficile gestione.

Di questi giorni la mozione di sfiducia.

«Slovakia’s opposition is preparing a parliamentary vote of no-confidence against the government that will test the ruling coalition’s unity as calls for its resignation mount»

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«Premier Robert Fico is facing calls from the opposition and the president to quit or fire allies from the cabinet after the murder of a reporter sparked mass protests across the European Union nation of 5.4 million. One party in the three-way alliance has also criticized the premier for the way he handled the situation»

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«The coalition now relies on 78 lawmakers in the 150-seat assembly.»

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«Fico has sought to position himself as a core EU ally in eastern Europe as Poland and Hungary have clashed with the bloc»

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«This week, he joined the ranks of other regional populists by saying that efforts to topple his government were orchestrated from abroad and publicly linked billionaire philanthropist George Soros to a plan to destabilize Slovakia»

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Mr Fico aveva sempre tenuto posizioni ambigue nei confronti dell’Unione Europea e dei suoi alleati del Visegrad. Adesso un salto mortale carpiato.

A quanto sembrerebbe, non avrebbe difficoltà ad ammettere che:

«efforts to topple his government were orchestrated from abroad and publicly linked billionaire philanthropist George Soros»

Non dovrebbe essere necessario altro commento.


Slovaks Renew Protests After Premier Sticks to Blaming Outsiders

«His denouncement thrust him into a group of populist leaders in the European Union’s east that includes Hungary’s illiberal premier, Viktor Orban, who’ve blamed foreigners for trying to oust them ….

Fico, echoing Orban, has blamed billionaire investor and philanthropist George Soros for fanning the outrage. He cited security services, saying that he had information that there was a “fairly high” probability of an attack against government buildings»


Bloomberg. 2018-03-07. Slovak Opposition Prepares No-Confidence Vote Against Government

– Premier pressured to resign or revamp his third cabinet

– Opposition rebukes premier for spinning conspiracy theories

Slovakia’s opposition is preparing a parliamentary vote of no-confidence against the government that will test the ruling coalition’s unity as calls for its resignation mount.

Premier Robert Fico is facing calls from the opposition and the president to quit or fire allies from the cabinet after the murder of a reporter sparked mass protests across the European Union nation of 5.4 million. One party in the three-way alliance has also criticized the premier for the way he handled the situation. The coalition now relies on 78 lawmakers in the 150-seat assembly.

Fico has sought to position himself as a core EU ally in eastern Europe as Poland and Hungary have clashed with the bloc. This week, he joined the ranks of other regional populists by saying that efforts to topple his government were orchestrated from abroad and publicly linked billionaire philanthropist George Soros to a plan to destabilize Slovakia. That also spurred more criticism from the opposition.

“The prime minister of an EU country is starting to spin conspiracy theories instead of listening to the voice of the people,” Igor Matovic, the leader of the second-largest opposition party OLANO, told reporters on Wednesday. Opposition parties will now start collecting signatures from 30 lawmakers that are needed to trigger the no-confidence vote.

The vote’s outcome will largely depend on the junior coalition party Most-Hid, which has urged the premier to fire his ally Interior Minister Robert Kalinak. Fico has so far refused to make personnel changes.

“Most-Hid party has said something and it wants something,” Fico told reporters on Wednesday. “We will offer solutions so that Most can continue in the government.”

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