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Vote on new Supreme Court chair set for September 16 to Spišské Hanušovce
18 Jun 2014 Flash News
Outgoing Judicial Council and Supreme Court Chairman Štefan Harabin has set the date for a new vote on a new Supreme Court chairman for September 16, the last possible day. The vote is to be held in Spišské Hanušovce at 14:00.
Harabin sought re-election in the first vote in May, but like two other candidates - Zuzana Ďurišová and Jana Bajánkov8 – was not elected. As a result, none of the three can run again in the second round. However, should the second round fail to produce a new Supreme Court chair, all three will be able to enter the subsequent third round.
After the last election took place in Sobrance on Slovak-Ukrainian border, the September one will take place in a village on the Polish border, the Sme daily wrote. Mayor Jozef Dudžák didn’t know about the location of the vote and learned about it from the internet. It seems that the election will take place in local boarding house residing in a mansion, the Sme daily wrote.
(Source: TASR, Sme)
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