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ELECTION: OKS Wants a Rightist Cabinet and is Open to Compromises
Added: 14. 6. 2010, 13:38
Author: SITA
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BRATISLAVA, June 14, (SITA) -- The Civic Conservative Party (OKS), whose candidates competed for support of voters on the candidate list of the MOST-HID party and through preferential voted gained nearly one-third of its parliamentary mandates, is aware of the weight of its mandates in the new parliament. “We will try to push in particular for our program priorities, but, of course, we are open to compromise,” said the party’s deputy chairman Ondrej Dostal. The date for a meeting with representatives of MOST-HID party led by Bela Bugar has not yet been set, but it should be soon, Mr. Dostal added. MOST-HID won fourteen mandates in Saturday’s parliamentary elections, of which four are occupied by OKS members Peter Zajac, Ondrej Dostal, Frantisek Sebej and Peter Osusky.
“It is important for us to agree upon forming a center-right government, that will carry out reforms in Slovakia, which have to realized, will make Slovakia a more independent country, reduce the level of corruption, improve political culture in the country, so we will adapt our requirements in order to achieve this,” Mr. Dostal further said. He remarked that the election programs of OKS and MOST-HID were not identical, but they did not contradict each other either. “I believe that all parties will behave responsibly in order to reach an consensus and form a rightist government,” the OKS deputy chairman concluded.
The OKS party was established in 2001. In the 2006 elections, it garnered 0.27 percent of the vote. MOST-HID was established in June 2009 by renegades of the Hungarian Coalition Party, the SMK.
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