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Interview on Euronews “Good Morning Europe” on the resignation of Prime Minister Igor Matovic

This morning I was once again interviewed live on the “Good Morning Europe” programme on Euronews and talked to lead anchor Alasdair Sandford about the resignation of Slovak Prime Minister Igor Matovic, the old-new government of designated Prime Minister Eduard Heger, Slovakia’s management of the Covid19-pandemic and the country’s relationship with the EU.

Interview on Euronews “Good Morning Europe” about the ongoing coalition crisis in Slovakia

This morning I was once again interview live on the “Good Morning Europe” programme on Euronews and talked to lead anchor Rosie Wright about the continuing coalition crisis in Slovakia, where Prime Minister Matovic’s offer to resign and the resignation of Economy Minister Richard Sulík have made a collapse of the government increasingly likely. You can watch the full interview below – my comments have also been translated for the German, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian, and Hungarian version of the Euronews website.

Interview on Euronews “Good Morning Europe” about the government crisis in Slovakia

This morning I was live on the “Good Morning Europe” programme on Euronews and talked to lead anchor Rosie Wright about the political situation in Slovakia, where the unilateral decision of Prime Minister Matovic to buy 2m doses of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine has triggered a government crisis. You can watch the full interview below.

Paper accepted – ISPP Annual Conference, ICD Herzliya

Presidents of the Visegrád group, Budapest 2003 – Photo: Archive of the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland – www.prezydent.pl via wikimedia commons

My paper “Predecessors and constitutions: The evolution of Central and Eastern European presidents’ perceptions of their office” has been accepted for presentation at the 36th Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, 8-11 July 2013, ICD Herzliya, Israel.
The paper is an updated version of my paper for the BASEES/ICCEES European Congress at Cambridge and examines the factors that have shaped CEE presidents’ perception of their office and how this perception influenced their behaviour in office.

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