"She came from nowhere and was elected president."
"Zuzana Caputová won a convincing victory in the second round."
"– She is a new face in Slovak politics, it is her main advantage, " says journalist and analyst Dariusz Kalan, who followed her journey."
"There is no segerrusig feeling in the Slovak capital Bratislava, the night after the historic presidential election."
" I was out at a club. To my surprise celebrated not people very much, there was maybe one or two, so it was no jätteentusiastisk reaction. I do not think that slovaks are such (who celebrate on the streets). But I think people are excited, " says Dariusz Kalan, a journalist and analyst, covering the Slovak elections for, among other things medieorganisationen Foreign Policy."
"Caputová is not a traditional politician in Slovakia. Just think Kalan has been a segervapen."
"– My impression is that she is a very charming person. She seems to be naturally shy, but still confident, which was a quality that she showed up to the public during the election debates. She has talked about truth, justice, and equality – it is a language that is easily understandable in Slovakia, " he says."
"To regain confidence."
"In the Slovak media has Zuzana Caputová produced a version of Barack Obama or Emmanuel Macron and she has ridden on a wave of popular anger, and instilled hope for change, even if the Slovak presidentämbete has limited powers."
"Her campaign has been portrayed as a struggle between good and evil, with a slogan that roughly translates"
"– Caputová tried during the campaign to highlight the Slovakia under 30 years of age (independent city) have not been successful in dealing with corruption, and it leads people to become disillusioned. It is her mission to get back the confidence for politics, says Dariusz Kalan."
"Caputová is a lawyer and comes from a circle of rättighetsivrare, think-tanks and human rights activists, in contrast to the traditional political circles of businessmen, according to Kalan."
"I think that she will try to bring a modern professionalism from the field to the policy," he says."
"Dariusz Kalan believe that Zuzana Caputová can be a successful president."
"– She has support from the people, and the media. It will be given on the scandals and the many dubious "businessmen in politics be difficult not to succeed," he says."
"the President of Slovakia is elected since 1999 directly by the people. The term of office is five years and at can a president sit in the two periods."
"the Office has mainly a ceremonial role, with the mandate to appoint the prime minister and other ministers in the government."
"the President may, however, prevent the new legislation by adding their veto, a decision that parliament, in turn, may dissolve by a simple majority."