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Slovakia Elects Independent President, Andrej Kiska

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Andrej Kiska has beaten Prime Minister Robert Fico in the presidential elections, making him the first truly independent president in the country’s modern-day history to be elected to office, providing hope that the country might finally be freeing itself from political groups and their hidden sponsors

The result shows Kiska, aged 51, gained 59.38% of the vote, with a turnout of 50.48% in line with forecasts.
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