Updated 17:00, 13/08/2022 13/08/2022, 08:42 OĽaNO leader and Minister of Finance Igor Matovič has been filling social networks with statuses against SaS and party leader and Minister of Economy Richard Sulík since the morning (August 13). While the public was expecting a possible agreement between the coalition leaders to calm down the situation on the political scene, the tension may, on the contrary, escalate. He deleted the morning status, wrote a new one Igor Matovič wrote a new status in the afternoon. He has already deleted the one from the morning, in which he criticized the Minister of Economy Richard Sulík for the new Volvo car company. As he stated, this time he revealed something from the sidelines of the Friday meeting of the coalition leaders. He wants to refute claims that he violated the legislative process with the family package, approved it with the fascists, against the will of the SaS, and brought public finances into total disintegration. “I am afraid that 11 years later, in 2022, the SaS will not be able to say again, it will overthrow the government again with the help of false “arguments” and thus pave the way for the mafia to power again, not for 8 years, but forever. Fico, Pellegrini and Mazurek will no longer risk anything, they will turn Slovakia to the East, they will introduce a dictatorship regardless of what someone from Brussels will shout. The main thing is that they will get their cronies out of trouble, they will protect themselves from it and they will be able to steal billions on a large scale,” wrote the leader of OĽaNO. We look like poor relatives, Matovič told Sulík Igor Matovič responded to the news that the Chinese company CATL will build a factory for the production of batteries in Hungary. It should be the largest of its kind in Europe. This time, too, he attacked the Minister of Economy. “I congratulate the Hungarian Minister of Economy for not going on strike and working… That’s how it’s done, damn it!” Mega investment 5 times bigger than Volvo. Hungarians are going like rockets and we look like poor relatives next to them,” he wrote on the social network. At the same time, he alluded to the new car company Volvo Cars, which will build its third European plant in Slovakia for 1.2 billion euros. It will be focused on the production of electric cars and will employ thousands of people. The arrival of the fifth car manufacturer is the success of the Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic. Interestingly, the announced investment by Volvo initially just united the divided politicians. They praised each other for their good cooperation. More in the next report from July 1, 2022.
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