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European elections 2019 in Slovakia: results, context, consequences

On 19 June 2019, the Institute for Public Affairs (IVO) and the Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSS) organized a public debate European Elections 2019 in Slovakia: Results, Contexts, Consequences. Oľga Gyárfášová (sociologist, analyst at the Institute for Public Affairs, director of the Institute of European Studies and International Relations of the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences of Comenisu  University), Grigorij Mesežnikov (political scientist, president of the Institute for Public Affairs) and Andrej Matišák (foreign policy commentator of Pravda daily) took part in the debate. The discussion was moderated by Mirek Tóda (reporter of daily Denník N). 

Experts and guests from audience discussed the distribution of political forces in the new European parliament, the perception of the European Union by the Slovak public, factors which motivated voters to participate in the 2019 elections, ways how political parties led the campaign, election results and further developments on the domestic political scene and other topics.



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