The opposition party wants to summon a special session of the parliamentary committee.
Despite the hospitals’ decision to terminate contracts, the insurer does not think patients will be impacted much.
The verdict still allows heat producers to decide whether people are able to leave the distribution network.
The regulator proposes optimising some deadlines and steps when changing the supplier of electricity or gas.
Sky Park will provide 780 apartments, offices and a public park.
More than 75 percent of old buildings in Europe are energy-inefficient.
Slovak millionaires rumoured to have submitted a bid for the biggest employer in eastern Slovakia.
In reaction to an endless series of scandals surrounding public procurement in state-owned hospitals, Slovak Health Minister Tomáš Drucker announced a new measure aimed at solving the issue.
After several big investments in the west of Slovakia, the biggest investment of the past decade is coming to east of Slovakia: the Japanese company Minebea will create at least 1,100 jobs there.
The current scheme overly impacts final prices of electricity.
Without the high-voltage transmission lines, there will be no solvent purchaser of the electricity produced in the third and fourth blocks.
The call has also been supported by Poland, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria.
Slovakia seeks more gas connections with neighbours.
More Slovaks travel to the place of the nuclear disaster to experience an adrenaline holiday with a dosimeter.
Prešov should get 500 new jobs and tens of millions of euros in investment.
Affected firms consider turning to legal action.
Analysts identified several external risks that may affect financial goals, and commented that expenditures in health care will once again be insufficient.
As part of the Government´s efforts to increase the transparency of public funds spending, a Register of Public Sector Partners is expected to be established by law on 1 February 2017.
The capitals of the two neighbouring countries will get a better train connection, starting with the effectiveness of the new timetable, from December 11.
The Slovak regulatory office made an in-depth inspection and found that prices of energy for end users should be lower.