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Slovakia's first woman president, made Julja Capitova

Slovakia's first woman president, made Julja Capitova

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Anti-corruption campaigner Jujana Capitova won the presidential election in Slovakia. She has become the head of the first women's nation here. According to the report on Sunday in the media, Caputova defeated high-profile diplomat Maros Sefkovic in the second phase of the vote count. Kaputova got fame as an advocate when he led a case against the illegal garbage area. It lasted for 14 years.

Won by 58 percent votes

Capitova won 42 percent of the European Commission's vice president, Sfkovitt, with 58 percent of the votes. He is a member of the moderate Progressive Slovakia Party. There is no seat in this party's parliament.

Capitova is the mother of two children

46-year-old Caputova is divorced and mother of two children. He is a member of the moderate Progressive Slovakia Party. There is no seat in this party's parliament.

Are moderate thoughts

In a country where gay marriage and adoption are not legal, the liberal views of Capitov would encourage LGBTQ rights. This election has happened after investigative journalist John Kuesak's assassination in 2018.

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