Slovakia’s with liberal abortion laws, low prices as compared to western Europe and close proximity make it a popular destination for Polish women seeking abortions.
Several events held across Slovakia commemorated the tragic death of one of the founders of the first Czechoslovak Republic.
Only a few days after being released from the hospital, Prime Minister Robert Fico attended the May 4 governmental session in person.
The Interior Ministry will soon replace three governmental special planes.
Children will be allowed into the parliament, but not the assembly hall.
Only six parties would make it to the parliament in late April, without coalition Sieť.
Prime Minister Robert Fico was released from the National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases (NÚSCH) in Bratislava to continue his recovery from heart surgery at home.
Many may be closed during the government’s tenure, but wise approach is needed.
“Thank God I got a chance to meet a person who can be the leader of a party, can laugh and is of another nationality.”
Rules do not allow for anyone else to come to parliament, except for MPs themselves.
Police officers are examined by their colleagues.
On the last Friday of April, 20 years will have passed since the death of Róbert Remiáš.
The case of Košice police officers who harassed six detained Roma boys is returning to the district court.
Fire-fighters from Bratislava were called to help with the fire at Bratislava University Hospital (UNB) in Mickiewiczova Street on April 27 evening.
Slovak government will not be obliged to submit progress reports involving investigations into cases as well as the drawing of EU funds.
Current VšZP chair criticises his predecessor, who signed agreements with firms linked to his own aunt.
The Pokoj a Dobro (Peace and Goodness) civic association organised a meeting of Slovaks and Iraqi refugees who arrived in the country last December.
The session was disrupted by the confidence vote on the government's programme statement, but is set to continue.
After a week-long debate the parliament approved the programme statement of the new government.
A new candidate proposed, after Mária Patakyová was rejected due to her lack of French.