Slovak Premier Says May Quit Over Attorney General, Sme Says

Slovak Prime Minister Iveta Radicova reiterated that she may resign if lawmakers select an opposition candidate as attorney general, Sme newspaper cited her as saying.

Parliament will vote again tomorrow after neither the opposition candidate, current Attorney General Dobroslav Trnka, nor the coalition candidate, Jozef Centes, mustered enough support in the first round of the secret vote on Dec. 2, Sme said.

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