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Paška blocks petition, disputing Procházka signature
11 Dec 2013 Flash News
In the case of disputed signature under the proposal to initiate an extraordinary parliamentary session on non-banking institutions, Speaker of Parliament Pavol Paška said that the independent MP and presidential candidate Radoslav Procházka lied about his signature.
Procházka told Sme that the parliamentary office did not see any problem with his signature, until Paška voiced objection; then it changed the mind. The office confirmed they had originally understood the signature as Procházka’s will to summon the session, and only changed their mind after Paška called.
Hlina opined for Sme that the main reason for Smer’s reluctance is the upcoming Christmas holiday and the wish to have vacations rather than deal with citizens’ issues.
Hlina re-filed the proposal to summon the extraordinary session on December 10, and collected 40 opposition signatures, the SITA newswire wrote. He plans to hand them in the parliamentary office and so the session should be summoned within seven days, according to the law.
(Source: TASR, Sme, SITA)
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