BRATISLAVA, Slovakia, June 13 (UPI) -- Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico's Smer Party won the most seats in parliament in Saturday's elections but he may have trouble holding power, results show.
The Slovak Spectator reported that with about 70 percent of the precincts counted Smer had 36.1 percent of the vote, giving the party 64 seats in parliament. The Statistics Office of the Slovak Republic said the Slovak Democratic and Christian Union, or SDKU, had 15.1 percent with 27 seats, the Freedom and Solidarity Party, or SaS, had 12.2 percent with 22 seats and the Christian Democratic Movement, or KDH, had 8.9 percent with 16 seats.
Also above the 5 percent threshold for parliamentary representation were Most-Hid at 7 percent and 12 seats, and the Slovak National Party at 5.2 percent and nine seats.
Movement for a Democratic Slovakia at 4.36 percent and Hungarian Coalition Party at 3.57 percent were falling short of the minimum standard.
While a pairing of Smer and the Slovak National Party would produce 73 seats, a coalition of SDKU, KDH, SaS and Most-Hid would have 77 seats in parliament.