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This portal focuses on analyzes, comments, interviews and articles by IVO analysts on the 2020 parliamentary elections in the Slovak Republic.

AFTER ELECTIONS

Grigorij Mesežnikov (analysis): 
Political Earthquake in the Shadow of Coronavirus
IWMpost, no. 125 spring / summer 2020

Grigorij Mesežnikov (analysis): 
Slovak Elections 2020: Unexpected Implications of the Expected Victory
www.europesfutures.eu, 25.3.2020

Grigorij Mesežnikov (analysis): 
A political map of Slovakia two years after the tragedy of the murder of Ján and Martina
https://www.boell.de, 11.3.2020

Grigorij Mesežnikov speaks for the Robert Schuman Foundation:
The Slovaks want change and above all action against corruption
www.robert-schuman.eu, 3.3.2020

Grigorij Mesežnikov speaks for The Slovak Spectator:
Voters opted for Matovič, because in their view he was finally the one capable of defeating Fico
spectator.sme.sk, 2.3.2020

Grigorij Mesežnikov speaks for The Slovak Spectator:
His most typical characteristic is that he is unpredictable
spectator.sme.sk, 1.3.2020

Grigorij Mesežnikov speaks for The Slovak Spectator:
When its support started to rise, people understood there was a chance that by supporting them
spectator.sme.sk, 1.3.2020

Oľga Gyárfášová speaks for Financial Times:
Those people who wanted to protest seem to have voted for Matovič
FT, 1.3.2020

Oľga Gyárfášová and Grigorij Mesežnikov speak for Al Jazeera:
Crucial election that decides which way Slovakia will head
aljazeera.com, 1.3.2020

Oľga Gyárfášová speak for Associated Press:
This was a clear vote against corruption practices of the ruling party
AP, 1.3.2020

Grigorij Mesežnikov speaks for the Bloomberg News:
Public pressure to make a deal and oust Smer will be enormous
Bloomberg News, 29.3.2020

BEFORE ELECTIONS  


Grigorij Mesežnikov speaks for AFP news agency:
The double murder has reconfigured the entire political scene
AFP, 29.2.2020

Grigorij Mesežnikov speaks for AFP news agency:
The most likely scenario is the creation of a centre-right, pro-democracy oriented government coalition
AFP, 29.2.2020

Grigorij Mesežnikov speak for Al Jazeera:
Far-right - and some mainstream parties - were using xenophobic rhetoric against Muslim migrants,
aljazeera.com, 28.2.2020

Grigorij Mesežnikov speak for Associated Press:
My prognosis is that Smer won’t be in the government
AP, 28.2.2020

Grigorij Mesežnikov:
Why Slovakia’s elections matter
euractiv.com, 28.2.2020

Grigorij Mesežnikov speaks for the Balkan Insight
Kotleba-LSNS party is naturally extremely active on social networks
Balkan Insight, 26.2.2020

Oľga Gyárfášová:
Explaining the popularity of the extreme right in Slovakia
Friends of Europe, 11.2.2020

PRE-ELECTION PANEL DISCUSSION

Public forum "Democrats, national populists and extremists in the Slovak parliamentary elections 2020"
Panel discussion in Goethe Institute in Bratislava, 20.2.2020



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