Slovakian prime minister resigns, swaps roles with finance minister

Slovakian Prime Minister Igor Matovic made the surprise announcement on Sunday that he was resigning and would swap roles with Finance Minister Eduard Heger. The change at the head of government was announced jointly in Bratislava after consultations between the party leaders of three of the four coalition parties. The approval of the liberal party Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) was still outstanding in the evening. Its leader, Richard Sulik, resigned as minister of economy and deputy prime minister on Tuesday. The three other governing parties have a slim parliamentary majority even without SaS…

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