Progressive Slovakia woke up from its post-election slumber and organized a press conference announcing that it would try to recall the Minister of the Interior, Matúš Šutaj Eštok. Even before the government won the confidence of the parliament, the PS announced that in the future it would try to express no confidence in one of its members.
The idea is correct, the procedure is non-standard. But it is true that desperate times call for desperate measures. Even Michal Šimečka himself admitted that it is “perhaps unprecedented in the history of the Slovak Parliament, but the way the Minister of the Interior is acting does not actually allow us to proceed differently.”
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