Harabin Files Complaint With Constitutional Court Over Presidential Election

Stefan Harabin. (stock photo by TASR)

Bratislava, March 25 (TASR) – Unsuccessful presidential candidate Stefan Harabin is lodging a complaint with the Constitutional Court, as he believes that the first round of the presidential election wasn’t held in a constitutional and lawful fashion, TASR learnt on Monday.

“I’m lodging a constitutional complaint with respect to the presidential election, as they weren’t held in a constitutional and lawful fashion. The struggle for the future of Slovakia continues,” he claimed.

Zuzana Caputova won the first round on 40.57 votes, advancing to the runoff, slated for March 30, where she will square off against Maros Sefcovic who garnered 18.66 percent of votes. The turnout stood at 48.74 percent or 2,158,859 voters. Stefan Harabin ended up third with 14.34 percent of votes.