Igor Matovič

  • igor matovič
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    prime minister of slovakia
    incumbent
    assumed office
    21 march 2020
    presidentzuzana Čaputová
    preceded bypeter pellegrini
    personal details
    born (1973-05-11) 11 may 1973 (age 46)
    trnava, czechoslovakia
    political partyordinary people (2011–present)
    spouse(s)pavlína matovičová
    children2
    educationcomenius university

    igor matovič (born 11 may 1973) is a slovak politician serving as the current prime minister of slovakia. born in trnava, he studied at comenius university and went into the publishing business.

    matovič founded the ordinary people (obyčajní ľudia) movement which ran on an anti-corruption ticket and was politically to the centre-right. he was elected to the national council in 2010 and won on the freedom and solidarity list. his anti-corruption campaigning has been marked out by "publicity stunts to shine a light on alleged graft"[1] particularly focusing on parliamentary privileges and bribery.

    matovič was re-elected in 2020, his party obtaining a sufficient number of seats to enter into a coalition government with three other centrist and right-wing parties. matovič's choices for his cabinet were accepted by president zuzana Čaputová and he was appointed prime minister on 21 march 2020.

  • early life and business career
  • political career
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Igor Matovič
Igor Matovič.jpg
Prime Minister of Slovakia
Assumed office
21 March 2020
PresidentZuzana Čaputová
Preceded byPeter Pellegrini
Personal details
Born (1973-05-11) 11 May 1973 (age 46)
Trnava, Czechoslovakia
Political partyOrdinary People (2011–present)
Spouse(s)Pavlína Matovičová
Children2
EducationComenius University

Igor Matovič (born 11 May 1973) is a Slovak politician serving as the current Prime Minister of Slovakia. Born in Trnava, he studied at Comenius University and went into the publishing business.

Matovič founded the Ordinary People (Obyčajní ľudia) movement which ran on an anti-corruption ticket and was politically to the centre-right. He was elected to the National Council in 2010 and won on the Freedom and Solidarity list. His anti-corruption campaigning has been marked out by "publicity stunts to shine a light on alleged graft"[1] particularly focusing on parliamentary privileges and bribery.

Matovič was re-elected in 2020, his party obtaining a sufficient number of seats to enter into a coalition government with three other centrist and right-wing parties. Matovič's choices for his cabinet were accepted by President Zuzana Čaputová and he was appointed prime minister on 21 March 2020.

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