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· June, 2006

Stories about Slovakia from June, 2006

Slovakia: Anti-Hungarian Former Prime Minister

  29 June 2006

Paul of Further Ramblings of a N.Irish Magyar writes that the new Slovak governing coalition may include the former prime minister known “for his anti-Hungarian (and Roma) rhetoric and actions.”

Slovakia: Coalition Combinations

  20 June 2006

Lemuel of Deleted By Tomorrow is upset about the results of the election and discusses the most likely coalition combinations. Doug Muir of A Fistful of Euros looks at the results and makes coalition forecasts as well.

Slovakia: Sunday's Election

  19 June 2006

Lemuel of Deleted by Tomorrow posts the final part of his series on the “the good, the bad, the ugly” of the Slovak politics, and also writes about being bored and depressed by the Sunday election: “when an ex-minister and an MP candidate for one of the minor parties killed...

Czech Republic: Election Ends in Stalemate

  5 June 2006

On June 2 and 3, the fourth election to the Chamber of Deputies since the 1993 split of Czechoslovakia took place in the Czech Republic – and ended in stalemate. Below are some bloggers’ reports and reactions. On the day the voting began, Bob Granico of Publius Pundit posted a...

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