Presiding judge Peter Tomka, center, of Slovakia starts reading the World Court's decision in The Hague, Netherlands, Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
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Support for Slovakia's ruling leftist Smer party is at its lowest for more than year ahead of a March election, suggesting that it will not only not win a majority but that it may even have tough time forming a coalition, a poll showed Thursday.MVK opinion polls have shown declining support for Smer in the past several months, although other agencies show its support as steady at between about 37 percent and 41 percent.Smer support stands at 32.1 percent, the poll showed, below last month's 34.5 percent and well below the 44.4 percent it won in 2012 that gave the party an overall parliamentary majority.
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