For the third time, the ruling majority is changing laws because the President did not nominate the candidates they wanted for specific positions. These positions include ambassadors, members of the National Bank's board, the chairman, and members of the CEC. In all three cases, the President's principled stance is based on state interests, not personal ones.
When selecting candidates, the President prioritizes their degree of independence and impartiality. The President does not question their qualifications but firmly believes that single-party appointments to such positions run counter to the principles of statehood and the European future. Therefore, the President will veto this law as well.