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chairman of the government of the slovak republic
predseda vlády slovenskej republiky
coat of arms of the slovak republic
incumbent igor matovič since 21 march 2020
episcopal summer palace
president of the republic
depending on the support of the national council
2 january 1969
c. 61,919 € annually
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the chairman of the government of the slovak republic (slovak: predseda vlády slovenskej republiky), also known as the prime minister of slovakia (slovak: premiér), is the head of the government of the slovak republic. on paper, the officeholder is the third highest constitutional official in slovakia after the president of the republic (appointer) and speaker of the national council; in practice, the appointee is the country's leading political figure.
since the creation of the office in 1969, thirteen persons have served as head of government. since 1993, when slovakia gained independence, six persons have occupied the function. on 21 march 2020, igor matovič became prime minister of slovakia.
The Chairman of the Government of the Slovak Republic (Slovak: Predseda vlády Slovenskej republiky), also known as the Prime Minister of Slovakia (Slovak: Premiér), is the head of the government of the Slovak Republic. On paper, the officeholder is the third highest constitutional official in Slovakia after the President of the Republic (appointer) and Speaker of the National Council; in practice, the appointee is the country's leading political figure.
Since the creation of the office in 1969, thirteen persons have served as head of government. Since 1993, when Slovakia gained independence, six persons have occupied the function. On 21 March 2020, Igor Matovič became Prime Minister of Slovakia.