SMK on the side of Zsolt Simona: the Hungarian community does not laugh

"Everyone has the right to start a party if he naturally complies with the legal conditions, but the hatred of the Hungarian community does not appeal to us," SMK spokesperson Helena Fialová said. Simon was a member of the SMK in the past and he was co-founder of Most-Hid after his departure. He left after the party entered into the coalition with Smer-SD and CIS. Now he is starting a new party because he thinks that Hungarians in Slovakia do not have anyone to vote for.

The emerging party refuses to cooperate with Smerom-SD, SNS and LSNS. Funded must be from own resources. It wants to change generations, bring new approaches and be represented by all regions. The required 10,000 signatures for registration are scheduled to be collected by the party this year and want to participate in the parliamentary elections in 2020.

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