A rare bit of good news was welcomed by the staunchly pro-EU wing of reformist European politicians at the weekend after Slovakia's Zuzana Caputova won the first round of her country's presidential elections on 16 March.
A newcomer to Slovak politics, Caputova campaigned on a strong anti-corruption platform that singled-out the running the ruling Smer party.
Caputova secured a 40% share of the vote after running on a pro-Europe, liberal campaign in a political landscape that was dominated by n...
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