Czechs Never Valued EU Membership, Slovaks Learned to Respect It
13th January 2021
The upcoming parliamentary elections in Slovakia can redefine the country’s politics and may have a big impact on its foreign policy priorities – and broader geostrategic orientation. To offset this, it is paramount that parties of the democratic opposition form the next government.
On 29 February 2020, Slovaks will head to polls to vote in the parliamentary elections. The opinion polls are predicting a tight race, with nine parties set to take seats in the National Council. The current governing party, SMER-Social Democracy, a despite a drop in public support would remain the largest party.