List of members of the National Council of Slovakia, 2016–20

The new National Council of Slovakia will be inaugurated after the March 2016 parliamentary election and consisted of 150 representatives elected from party lists.

Parliamentary officialsEdit

Officials of the new National Council will be elected at the inaugural session.

CompositionEdit

On the basis of the parliamentary election of 2016, the composition of the National Council as of June 2016 is as follows.

By political partyEdit

Party March
2016
September
2019
Direction – Social Democracy (Smer) 49 48
Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) 21 20
Ordinary People and Independent Personalities (OĽANO) – New Majority (Nova) 19 10
Slovak National Party (SNS) 15 15
People's Party – Our Slovakia (ĽSNS) 14 13
We Are Family (Sme Rodina) 11 8
Most–Híd (Most–Híd) 10 13
Network (SIEŤ) 7 0
Independent 4 8
TOGETHER – Civic Democracy (SPOLU) 0 7
Christian Democratic Movement (KDH) 0 3
For the People (Za ľudí) 0 1
Hungarian Forum (Maďarské fórum/Magyar fórum) 0 1
Progressive Slovakia (PS) 0 1
Voice of the People (Hlas ľudu) 0 1
Christian Union (Kresťanská únia) 0 1
Total 150 150

MPs by partyEdit

Party Name Notes
Direction – Social Democracy (49) Richard Raši
Ján Počiatek
Juraj Blanár
Martin Glváč
Jaroslav Baška
Jana Laššaková
Ľubomír Vážny
Ľubomír Jahnátek
Peter Chudík
Tibor Glenda
Stanislav Kubánek
Vladimír Faič
Dušan Čaplovič
Ján Podmanický
Róbert Madej
Miroslav Číž
Igor Choma
Dušan Galis
Pavol Pavlis
Ladislav Kamenický
Dušan Muňko
Maroš Kondrót
Dušan Jarjabek
Jozef Valocký
Ľuboš Blaha
Ľubomír Petrák
Róbert Puci
Ľubomír Želiezka
Vladimír Matejička
Ján Senko
Jana Vaľová
Dušan Bublavý
Jozef Burian
Jozsef Buček Replaced Robert Fico who remained Prime Minister
Emil Ďurovčík Replaced Robert Kaliňák who remained in the Government
Pavol Goga Replaced Peter Pellegrini who joined the Government
Ján Kvorka Replaced Miroslav Lajčák who remained in the Government
Mária Janíková Replaced Peter Kažimír who remained in the Government
Peter Šuca Replaced Marek Maďarič who remained in the Government
Michal Bagačka Replaced Peter Žiga who remained in the Government
Augustín Hambálek Replaced Ján Richter who remained in the Government
Peter Náhlik Replaced Viktor Stromček who joined the Government
Oľga Nachtmannová Replaced Erik Tomáš who joined the Government
Marián Kéry Replaced Igor Federič who remained in the Government
Mikuláš Krajkovič Replaced Denisa Saková who joined the Government
Milan Panáček Replaced Marián Saloň who remained in the Government
Vladimír Baláž Replaced Monika Jankovská who remained in the Government
Jozef Ježík Replaced Vojtech Ferencz who remained in the Government
Martin Nemky Replaced Branislav Ondruš who joined the Government
Freedom and Solidarity (21) Lucia Nicholsonová
Jozef Mihál
Ľubomír Galko
Martin Poliačik
Jana Kiššová
Peter Osuský
Martin Klus
Eugen Jurzyca
Juraj Droba
Ondrej Dostál
Jozef Rajtár
Karol Galek
Alojz Baránik
Natália Blahová
Renata Kaščáková
Miroslav Ivan
Anna Zemanová
Branislav Gröhling
Milan Laurenčík
Vladimír Sloboda
Jana Cigániková Replaced Richard Sulík who remained MEP.
Ordinary People and Independent PersonalitiesNew Majority (19) Igor Matovič
Daniel Lipšic
Veronika Remišová
Alan Suchánek
Marek Krajčí
Oto Žarnay
Erika Jurinová
Richard Vašečka
Jozef Viskupič
Eduard Heger
Gábor Grendel
Viera Dubačová
Ján Budaj
Jozef Lukáč
Anna Verešová
Martin Fecko
Soňa Gaborčáková
Silvia Petruchová
Miroslav Sopko
Slovak National Party (16) Andrej Danko
Jaroslav Paška
Eva Smolíková
Anton Hrnko
Štefan Zelník
Dušan Tittel
Karol Farkašovský
Jaroslav Ridoško
Stanislav Kmec
Magdaléna Kuciaňová
Tibor Bernaťák
Peter Pamula
Radovan Baláž
Eva Antošová
Tibor Jančula Replaced Rudolf Urbanovič who joined the Government
Alena Bašistová Elected in 2016 for the Network.
People's Party – Our Slovakia (14) Marian Kotleba
Martin Beluský
Rastislav Schlosár
Juraj Kolesár
Milan Uhrík
Natália Grausová
Martin Kotleba
Stanislav Drobný
Ján Kecskés
Stanislav Mizík
Peter Krupa
Jana Nehézová
Milan Mazurek Replaced Andrej Medvecký who resigned his seat
Ján Mora Replaced Ondrej Binder who died on 13 May 2016.
We Are Family (11) Boris Kollár
Martina Šimkovičová
Milan Krajniak
Peter Marček
Petra Krištúfková
Peter Pčolinský
Zuzana Šebová
Rastislav Holúbek
Peter Štarchoň
Ľudovít Goga
Adriana Pčolinská
Most–Híd (10) Béla Bugár
František Šebej
Gábor Gál
Tibor Bastrnák
Peter Kresák
Elemér Jakab
Gábor Csicsai Replaced Lucia Žitňanská who joined the Government
Edit Pfundtner Replaced László Solymos who joined the Government
Péter Vörös Replaced Ivan Švejna who joined the Government
Irén Sárközy Replaced Árpád Érsek who joined the Government
Network (7) Radoslav Procházka
Andrej Hrnčiar
Alena Bašistová On November 25th, 2019, has entered the Slovak National Party.
Katarína Cséfalvayová
Eduard Adamčík
Igor Janckulík
Martin Fedor
Independent (4) Miroslav Beblavý Left #NETWORK after the government formation
Katarína Macháčková Left #NETWORK after the government formation
Simona Petrík Left #NETWORK after the government formation
Zsolt Simon Left Most-Híd after the government formation

ChangesEdit

Note that a number of MPs who are high-ranking members of parties in the ruling coalition were subsequently appointed to various ministerial and governmental positions. In such cases they are required by Slovakian law to put their parliamentary mandate on hold. Those replacements are documented above. The changes which resulted into club changes or occurred after the inauguration of the new government are shown here as well.

ReferencesEdit