October 8th, 2019
MP Natalia Blahova told TASR on Tuesday that she has resigned from the post of Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) caucus head and that she has informed the parliamentary chairman about this. Blahova, who was expelled from the party at its nomination congress on Saturday, explained the move by stating that both the caucus and the party have been "torn apart". Therefore, she thinks that MPs should elect a new caucus head. SaS vice-chair Jana Kissova is quitting the party as well. "Today's SaS is no longer the party I joined, full of ideals, ten years ago. The current atmosphere there is unbearable, and I don't want to be suffocated within it anymore," she said.