Iveta Radicova — Politician born on December 07, 1956,

Iveta Radičová was the first woman Prime Minister of Slovakia from 2010 to 2012. She led a coalition government, in which she also briefly held the post of Minister of Defence in the last five months of the coalition. Previously, she served as Minister of Labour from 2005 to 2006 in the second Dzurinda government... (wikipedia)

In some countries we have had the right to vote for less than 100 years, so the entry of women into political leadership has caused a tsunami.
We need first of all the reform of our justice system. We need reform of the education system, because of quality of education because of innovation and technology. And we need administrative reform. Too much bureaucracy.
If we have a common currency, the main regulator for policy in the country is the fiscal policy.
If another euro country fails, so does Slovakia. Our economy is 80% open and if the citizens of Spain and Portugal have no money to buy cars made here in Slovakia then that will be bad for us. Everything is connected.
From my point of view it's impossible to cut debt in a country with new debt from another country.