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Fico's Second Cabinet

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Date formed  4 April 2012
Head of government  Robert Fico
Ministers removed (Death/resignation/dismissal)  6
Date dissolved  23 March 2016
No. of ministers  14
Fico's Second Cabinet
Head of state  Ivan Gašparovič Andrej Kiska

Robert Fico's Second Cabinet is the former government of Slovakia, headed by prime minister Robert Fico. Appointed on 4 April 2012, it consists of 14 members, 11 from the Direction - Social Democracy party (Slovak: Smer-SD) and three independents. It replaced Iveta Radicova's cabinet after gaining an absolute majority in the Slovak parliament following the Slovak parliamentary election, 2012.

This was the first time since the breakup of Czechoslovakia that any party had won an absolute majority, though Smer-SD fell seven seats short of a three-fifths majority to unilaterally amend the constitution.

Fico's Second Cabinet was replaced by new Fico's Cabinet on 23 March 2016.


Following the Slovak parliamentary election, 2012, the current prime minister, Robert Fico is serving with his government since 4 April 2012.


Fico's Second Cabinet Wikipedia

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