The news was selected and commented by Jana Shemesh 1. Eduard Heger is a pleasant change, but it would take more vigor A year ago, a political rally took place in Slovakia. The then Prime Minister Igor Matovic and the then Minister of Finance Eduard Heger exchanged chairs. Even then, several commentators were wondering how it would work at all. They contrasted the ubiquitous confrontational unstable Matovic, who, when he got into trouble, blamed the failures of everyone around him, and the knowledge of the calmer and more consensual Eduard Heger. Let’s remember. When Eduard Heger took office, Slovakia was in the midst of a covid crisis. It was not only bad for human, economic and social losses, but also because it was managed under Igor Matovič and his best minister Marek Krajčí. Just remember Matovič’s endless miserable press This article is the exclusive content for subscribers of Denník N. Are you a subscriber?
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