"the Upstart Zuzana Caputová become Slovakia's next president. The liberal environmental activist, will receive more than 58 percent of the votes in Saturday's election, with almost all votes counted."
"the Loser Maros Sefcovic admits defeat and promises to send flowers."
"– Slovakia's first female president deserves a bouquet, " he says."
"A wave of popular anger over the widespread corruption brought Zuzana Caputová to the office of president."
"Caputová, the challenger from the relatively young party Progressive Slovakia, took home the victory against the maktpartiet Smers candidate Maros Sefcovic with the numbers 58,4 against 41.6 per cent, with over 99 per cent of the votes counted, according to the country's valmyndighets site."
"The newly elected president has limited political experience and is best known for as a lawyer have stopped the plans for a dump in his hometown of Sala. The feat earned her the nickname "
"She has also been president of the French republic Emmanuel Macron, another liberal ones."
"the Widespread discontent against the power,"
"The antietablissemangskritik that characterised the Slovak elections is rooted in the murder of journalist Ján Kuciak and his fiancee 2018."
"the Attack is perceived as a way to silence Kuciak, which investigated the links between leading politicians and the Italian mafia."
"the Killings triggered a political earthquake in the korruptionströtta Slovakia. Significant protests and demonstrations took place on the streets. Several ministers and other high level executives have resigned, and the then prime minister Robert Fico left his post in the middle of march 2018."
"the Current president, Andrej Kiska, who forced the regeringsombildningen last year, is one of Zuzana Caputovás followers."
"– We need politicians who are willing to fight for a decent and honest Slovakia, " says Andrej Kiska."
"Zuzana Caputová is the first woman to be elected since the country's presidential elections began in 1999."
"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."