Opposition MPs Withdraw Their Bills from Parliamentary Session Agenda

Opposition MPs (photo by TASR)

Bratislava, March 13 (TASR) – Several Opposition MPs withdrew their draft laws from the agenda of the ongoing parliamentary session shortly after it was opened on Tuesday, TASR learnt on the same day.

The Opposition MPs believe that the only point that Parliament should hold talks on is a draft constitutional law on shortening the electoral term.

“Representatives of the governing coalition have lost the public’s trust. A constitutional law on shortening the electoral term is the only thing that makes sense to discuss at the moment,” said Natalia Blahova on behalf of the SaS caucus. Immediately after the vote on the session’s agenda, the liberals left the parliamentary chamber.

Meanwhile, MPs from the Opposition OLaNO party haven’t withdrawn their bills from the agenda. “We’ve decided to keep our proposals on the session’s agenda, as they are important,” said Veronika Remisova of OLaNO.