Kollár will be the new chairman of Together, the head of Progressive Slovakia offers a union of parties
- updated September 25, 3:34 PM
Miroslav Kollár has become the new chairman of the Spolek – občanská demokracie party. This will be confirmed for the SITA agency by party spokesman Matej Bučko.
Kollár received the support of 98 delegates
We must abide by the parties on today’s House in the vote on the new President. Of the 161 delegates, 160 took part in the vote, one abstained. 98 delegates voted for Kollár as party chairman.
Kollár’s opponent in the election of the chairman was the current party leader Juraj Hipš, who recently resigned from the presidency. Among other things, the new chairman is important to keep you from joining the Progressive Slovakia (PS) movement. While Hipš is a supporter that the party should again cooperate with Progressive Slovakia, the new chairman Kollár is of the opinion that the Together party should act as an independent entity. Whether the merger lasts will be the subject of further votes.
Bihar’s comment on the merger offer
The chairwoman of the Progressive Slovakia (PS) movement, Irena Bihariová, sent an open letter to the Together Party before Saturday’s parliament. In it, he recalled the offer to merge the two entities.
She informed about it in a press release. In the letter, Bihari states that together the parties Working together the chairman of the parliament will affect not only the future of his party, but also the future of Progressive Slovakia.
“We are united by the success of the Bratislava, European and presidential elections, but especially by the large amount of effort and work we have put into it. The proximity of our parties was determined by the fact that they arose on related value bases and both aimed to gain Slovakia a new social contract.“Bihari wrote in the letter.
The third option for Slovakia
Re-joining forces would be, depending on which team of the most credible evidence that exists for Slovakia, in addition to the quarrelsome and incompetent coalition and the corrupt-extremist opposition, “third option“.