The change in the global security environment has its implications, and one of them is a change in Slovakia’s defence concept.
The man was already detained in the past, but was eventually released.
MEPs openly say their party is not what the 21st century social democracy should be, but party leadership disregards their criticisms.
Organisers described the event as a non-political protest.
The General Prosecutor’s Office admits there were errors in the previous investigation.
The second plane to replace the old models will arrive later in 2016.
Slovak ad websites publish numerous discriminatory advertisements.
Political scientist sees this as a kind of preparation for personnel changes that may occur after Slovakia closes its presidency of the EU council.
Women travelled to Serbia and got married for €3,500.
Police are still searching for Ľubomír Behan who escaped prison almost 3 months ago, calling on the public to help locate him.
Prime Minister Robert Fico and Interior Minister Robert Kaliňák survived the opposition's motion for their dismissal over involvement with respect to the Bašternák tax fraud case.
In Slovakia, the project is also associated with strengthening family relationships and giving out gifts, says one of the initiators.
By the end of the month the opposition MP will no longer sit in the Slovak parliament. His resignation comes after he was involved in a tragic road accident.
His hospitalisation was planned; he is already on sick leave for three weeks.
The so-called gradual strike means increasing the number of lessons dropped by dissatisfied teachers each time, if their requirements are not met.
Ministers came to a cabinet session on foot, bicycles and foot-propelled scooters in order to support European Mobility Week taking place between September 16 and 22.
The prime minister has altered his manner of communication after Erik Tomáš returned to the Government Office.
The position of some parties has stabilised in the past few months, a poll shows.
The proposal needs to be supported by at least 90 MPs.
While many say they support neutrality, a majority of respondents view the EU in a positive light.