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On Saturday March 10, 2012 Smer won parliamentary elections in Slovakia receiving 44.41% of votes. The Slovak Spectator publishes today official results, confirmed by the Central Electoral Commission (ÚVK). They are as follows: 1. Smer – 44.41% 2. The Christian Democrats – 8.82% 3. The Ordinary People and Independent Personalities – 8.55% 4. Most-Hid – 6.89% 5. SDKÚ – 6.09% 6. Freedom and Solidarity – 5.88% The Slovak National Party SNS received 4.55% and Hungarian…

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Parliamentary elections in Slovakia will take place on March 10, 2012. According to the lates surveys presented by The Slovak Spectator seven politial parties have chances of crossing the 5% threshold. Smer is supported by 40% of the surveyed, the Christian Democratic Movememner (KDH) – 12% , (Most-Hid) – 7%, the Slovak Democratic and Christian Union (SDKU) – 6% and Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) – 6% and Ordinary People and Independent Personalities (OL’aNO) and the…

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Slovak think tank INESS, the Institute of Economic and Social Studies, calculated the total potential risk exposure related to Eurozone rescue mechanisms on per capita basis. It is published on the institute”s new project website eurokriza.sk (“eurocrisis”). The Euro Bill summarizes total liabilities, guarantees and risk exposure created by bond purchasing programs, which were created as a part of the Euro debt crisis solution efforts. The total maximal risk exposure of each Slovak citizen is…