The Slovakian Government did not have any time nor opportunity to work on their brand-new governmental program as, like in many states, its leadership has been occupied with the matter of the coronavirus epidemic in Europe and worldwide. On a Sunday legislative session, the Slovakian state announced the recent changes and new elements of their program.
Újszó reported that Prime Minister Igor Matovič emphasised that this new program is an ambitious, energetic and capable package to make the Slovakian state a better place in the future. The government aims to determine itself and to tell the truth and, no matter what happens to the country, to give citizens what they deserve. The main points of the document are to vanish corruption, develop the most modern education system in the country and to make the healthcare of the country better.
The other intention of the government is to change the law regarding multiple citizenships. The state decided to provide an opportunity for people who live on a long-term in another country to accredit its citizenship without losing the Slovakian.
According to the government, Slovakia has many citizens who live in other countries but struggle which citizenship to practice. With this decision, the state hopes that the situation of these people would be more comfortable and many will live with this exceptional and beneficial opportunity. All the four parties of Slovakia accepted the document and the decisions.
According to Paraméter, the Slovakian Government intended to announce these decisions earlier, but due to the outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic, the state had to make eighteen new laws as soon as possible to prevent the spreading of the virus and to protect citizens.
“We only created new laws that help people and do not set them back” – reported the Prime Minister.
Source: www.parameter.sk, www.ujszo.com