The 45-year-old lawyer and left-liberal social activist Zuzana Caputova won the second round of the presidential elections in Slovakia, Dennik N reports.
Ms Caputova, according to the results of the counting of votes, had 58.3 percent of the votes, her rival in the second round, the European commissioner Maros Sefcovic, took 41.59%.
It is noted that the turnout at polling stations was about 41%.
It should be noted that Caputova will be the fifth Slovak president and the first female president in the history of Slovakia.
The new president should take office on June 15.
As The Journalist reported, Ukrainians in Australia were the very first to start voting for president.