Slovaks return to the polls to choose their president in a tight run-off between Prime Minister Robert Fico and businessman-turned-philantropist Andrej Kiska.
In the first round of voting on March 15, Social Democrat Fico polled 28 percent finishing narrowly ahead of centrist Kiska, who scored 24 percent.
A victory for Fico would mean the presidency, parliament and government all being controlled by the same party, the Smer-Social Democrats, for the first time since Slovakia became independent in 1993.
However, ahead of the second round, Kiska has been endorsed by candidates who captured a combined 34 percent in the first round.
Results are expected on March 30.
Slovakia, a country of 5.4 million, joined the European Union in 2004 and the eurozone in 2009.
Based on reporting by AFP and Reuters