Slovakia Presidential Election 2019 Results Voting Live
Slovakia Presidential Election Dates 2019
Slovakia Presidential Election Date: 16 March 2019
Elections in Slovakia gives information on election and election results in Slovakia.
Slovakia elects on national level a head of state – the president – and a legislature. The president is elected for a five-year term by the people. The National Council (Narodná Rada Slovenskej Republiky) has 150 members, elected for a four-year term by proportional representation. Slovakia has a multi-party system, with numerous parties in which no one party often has a chance of gaining power alone, and parties must work with each other to form coalition governments.
Presidential elections are scheduled to be held in Slovakia on Saturday, 16 March with the runoff on 30 March. The incumbent President Andrej Kiska won't run for a second term.
Slovakia Presidential Election Voting Live 2019
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The electoral system of Slovakia
The President of the Slovak Republic is elected for a five-year term, and by popular vote since 1999. His role is limited, but not just ceremonial. The President has the power to nominate the Prime minister, to veto bills (unless confirmed by a two-thirds majority), and to nominate judges on the highest tiers of the judicial branch.
The President is elected through a two-round method.
For one's candidacy to be valid, the Constitution of Slovakia requires to collect 15,000 signatures of Slovak citizens or the support of 15 of the 150 MPs in the legislature. However, the office is limited to two terms.
Slovakia Parties and leaders
|Andrej Kiska||Independent||4th and current Slovak President|
|Robert Fico||SMER-SD||Former Head of Government of Slovakia|
|Peter Pellegrini||SMER-SD||Current Head of Government of Slovakia|
|Miroslav Lajčák||SMER-SD||Minister of Foreign Affairs|
|Iveta Radičová||Independent||Former Head of Government of Slovakia|
|Andrej Danko||SNS||Speaker of the National Council of Slovak Republic|
|Boris Kollár||We Are Family||Member of Parliament and leader of We Are Family|
|Imrich Béreš||Independent||Former Member of Parliament|
|Marek Maďarič||SMER-SD||Former Minister of Culture|
Slovakia past election results
|Freedom and Solidarity||315,558||12.10||21||+10|
|Slovak National Party||225,386||8.64||15||+15|
|Kotleba – People's Party-Our Slovakia||209,779||8.04||14||+14|
|We Are Family||172,860||6.63||11||New|
|Christian Democratic Movement||128,908||4.94||0||–16|
|Party of the Hungarian Community||105,495||4.05||0||0|
|Slovak Civic Coalition||21,785||0.84||0||New|
|Slovak Green Party||17,541||0.67||0||0|
|Communist Party of Slovakia||16,278||0.62||0||0|
|Slovak Democratic and Christian Union – Democratic Party||6,938||0.27||0||–11|
|Party of Modern Slovakia||4,559||0.17||0||New|
|Direct Democracy Party||3,595||0.14||0||New|
|Courage – Great National and Pro-Russian Coalition||3,428||0.13||0||New|
|Resistance – Labor Party||3,182||0.12||0||New|
|Hungarian Christian Democratic Alliance||2,426||0.09||0||New|
|Democratic Party – Ľudo Kaník||1,998||0.08||0||New|
|Coalition – Together for Slovakia||1,777||0.07||0||New|