Moscow, September 9 – AiF-Moscow.
Speaker of the Slovak Parliament Andrei Danko said that the discussion of the vote of no confidence in the country's Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini was postponed again, RIA Novosti reports.
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Danko said that the opposition suggested discussing the issue of Pellegrini’s confidence. An extraordinary meeting on this subject was to be held on Friday, but it was rescheduled for Monday due to the lack of quorum. Today, the meeting was rescheduled for the same reason. If at least 76 deputies appear for discussion tomorrow, the question of a vote of no confidence in the head of government will be resolved.
An extraordinary meeting was initiated by 32 deputies from opposition parties after Pellegrini did not dismiss an official suspected of criminal figures. Representatives of the opposition said that crime has grown together with the authorities, and they demand a vote of no confidence in the prime minister.