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BRATISLAVA, March 6. /TASS/. The preliminary results of the parliamentary elections in Slovakia show stronger positions of the liberal-centrist and right-wing parties.
The liberal centrists and the right-wing parties have gained the necessary limit to have seats in the parliament. Even the extreme right Our Slovakia may be represented at the parliament. This result was not expected by the local political analysts.
"it would be a surprise for the national political elites if the extreme right are at the parliament," Professor of the Pan-European University Vladimir Bachishin said. "The social democrats, who lead the election results, would find it most complicated to form up a new cabinet. Quite probable are standoffs, where a governmental coalition formation may face a deadlock."
The preliminary reports say 59.35% of the vote participated in the elections. The elections results will be available later on Sunday.