Slovakia president appoints centre-right coalition government

PM Igor Matovič won February election following widespread protests against corruption
The Slovak president, Zuzana Čaputová, appointed a new centre-right coalition on Saturday after a February election swept anti-graft parties to power.
The newly appointed prime minister, Igor Matovič, and his team were sworn in at a ceremony with participants wearing facial masks as a precaution against coronavirus. Slovakia has reported 137 cases of Covid-19 this month and no deaths.
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PM Igor Matovič won February election following widespread protests against corruption

The Slovak president, Zuzana Čaputová, appointed a new centre-right coalition on Saturday after a February election swept anti-graft parties to power.

The newly appointed prime minister, Igor Matovič, and his team were sworn in at a ceremony with participants wearing facial masks as a precaution against coronavirus. Slovakia has reported 137 cases of Covid-19 this month and no deaths.

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