Bratislava, August 28 (TASR) – It won’t be possible to set up a future government without the currently extra-parliamentary Christian Democrats (KDH), who want to be part of an alternative to the current governing coalition, said KDH chairman Alojz Hlina at a press conference on Monday.
Hlina believes that the current political situation can be resolved via a snap general election.
“It isn’t true that the only alternative is the current Government with thieves, or fascists who would take power after its fall. Such an atmosphere mustn’t be created here,” said Hlina.
Hlina conceded that KDH would also enter into a coalition with the currently co-governing Slovak National Party (SNS). “We must work with someone … It’s chief Andrej Danko’s unpredictability could be mitigated by the party structure, which is built,” said Hlina, adding that KDH refuses to govern with Smer-SD and the far-right People’s Party Our Slovakia, while it also has reservations towards Boris Kollar’s We Are Family.