Discussion about Slovak presidential elections in Prague

On 3 April 2019, the Club for Political Science at the Faculty of Social Sciences of Charles University (Prague), associating students of political science, organized a discussion Future of Slovakia after the presidential elections, dedicated to the results and contexts of the 2019 elections of the head of state in Slovakia. The discussion was attended by Grigorij Mesežnikov (IVO president) and political scientist Petr Just (head of the Department of Political Science and Humanities of the Metropolitan University in Prague). The discussion was moderated by Eliška Halaštová (Faculty of Social Sciences, CU). 

Political scientists evaluated the election campaign before the first and the second round of elections, the profiles of candidates, the voting results in various contexts and the factors of voter turnout. They also looked at the prospects of Zuzana Čaputová in her capacity as a head of state, the possible forms of her interaction with other political and social actors (government, parliament, political parties, civic initiatives).

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