A referendum is the only option left for people in Slovakia to meaningfully express their dissatisfaction with the government and call for their departure.
The initiators of the petition wrote in their previous decision.
They decided to overthrow the government
The Liberal Party is the second smallest party in the four-party Slovak government coalition Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) has been demanding for some time a revision of the coalition agreement and, not least, the departure of Finance Minister Igor Matovic, who leads the most powerful coalition party, the Simple People’s Movement and Independent Personalities (OLaNO), from the treasury rejected by OLaNO.
According to MTI, SaS has indicated that if its conditions are not met, its ministers will leave the government, and in the past few days they have announced that they have formed the team that will negotiate a rewriting of the coalition agreement. Prime Minister Edward Heiger responded by announcing that the SaS had decided to overthrow the government.
According to the relevant Slovak legislation, 350,000 supportive signatures are required to call for the referendum, and the petitioners want to achieve this by mid-August, and plan to hold the referendum at the same time as the local and district elections scheduled for October. 29.
Every day, on average, a petition form with one to four thousand signatures is received Petitions Committee center, so that the appropriate number of signatures can be collected without any particular difficulty.
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