BRATISLAVA (SITA) - The opposition Slovak Democratic Coalition (SDK) invites all the parliamentary parties to discuss the new president. SDK representatives mailed them a letter, in which they propose a discussion on nominations and the non-transferable authorities of the President. The sitting could take place sometime next week, Social-Democratic Party chair Jaroslav Volf said. He said Slovakia is facing a threat that parliamentary democracy get into a stalemate. Volf listed all the dangers that a state of presidentlessness would drag behind it. He says Parliament could not perform its controlling function and the executive power would fortify some of its mechanisms operating on the principle of power, for there would be no one to dismiss state administrators if they turn against the law. Parties of the Hungarian Coalition (MK) have not decided yet whether they will support the Slovak Democratic Coalition`s candidate in the first round of presidential elections, Coexistence Chair Miklos Duray said after a meeting with SDK candidate Štefan Markuš. Duray said the SDK has not discussed with the ethnic Hungarian parties the nomination of their candidate, so the Hungarians` hesitation does not contradict the recent declaration on cooperation. The Hungarian parties say there is no real chance to elect the head of state in Parliament, which is why they will not nominate a candidate.