Slovak President Zuzana Caputová is in a difficult position. It is even possible that a Hungarian man, Lajos Ódor, president of the Slovak central bank, will be the head of a new government.
A strange situation could arise in Slovakia: Lajos Ódor, the president of the Slovak central bank, has been mentioned as a possible leader of a government of experts, Index reports. As things stand, however, there is also a chance that there will be no Hungarian party in the Slovak parliament next term.
Slovakian President Zuzana Caputová is in a difficult situation. Her caretaker government is making poor progress and the pressure is mounting for her to take action, Napunk reports. According to the portal, there are three possible solutions. She could either appoint a government of experts; appoint a cabinet minister, or take the initiative to remove problematic ministers; or she could sit idly by and wait until the early parliamentary elections.
Most recently, after the scandal surrounding acting Interior Minister Roman Mikulec, it was suggested that Caputová could appoint a cabinet of experts. So much so that specific deadlines and names have emerged. According to the portal, Lajos Ódor, the vice-president of the central bank, could be appointed to form the cabinet after Easter.
If this scenario were to happen, Slovakia would have a Hungarian prime minister.
Is Orbán going to be the next Pope? 😀