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Andrej Kiska Slovanian president says he'll ask Prime Minister Fico to form government

"I have decided ... that already tomorrow I will ask the chairman of the Smer party, which won the most votes in the election, to create a government and a majority coalition that would back such government," Kiska told reporters.

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Slovak president says will ask Prime Minister Fico to form government

(Reuters)

Slovak President Andrej Kiska said on Monday he would ask Prime Minister Robert Fico to try to form a government after Saturday's election in which Fico's leftist Smer party won the most votes but lost its parliamentary majority.

Fico faces a tough task to find enough support among the eight parties that won seats in parliament, some of which refuse to work with Fico or one another.

"I have decided ... that already tomorrow I will ask the chairman of the Smer party, which won the most votes in the election, to create a government and a majority coalition that would back such government," Kiska told reporters.

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