The five “rebels” criticising incumbent chairman of the coalition party Sieť / Network, Radoslav Procházka, now have a clear idea about who should replace him.
Unlike the previous case, security guards caught the man right after he overcame the fence.
In Prešov more than 300 rallied against Fico and Kaliňák.
A brown bear escaped from the enclosure on July 21 morning and got close to visitors.
Anti-corruption advocates argue that new measures don’t go far enough.
Long term problematic districts of Bratislava dropped out of the most dangerous zone.
A total of three charities are involved in distribution of parcels within the Operational Programme Food and Basic Material Assistance.
Activists and nature conservationists would like to see more native tree species planted there.
“It would be a sin to scrap the protests.”
MP Jozef Rajtár (Freedom and Solidarity-SaS) filed a complaint on July 20 with the General Prosecutor’s Office (GPO) concerning the VAT scheme in the Bašternák case.
The Supreme Court released official salary documents of former court chief Štefan Harabin for 2009 and 2010 on July 20.
Auditors of the Supreme Audit Office (NKÚ) found that the contracts the state-run health insurer concluded with the aunt of Marcel Forai, former general director of the insurer, were disadvantageous for the state.
Former SIS employee identified as Peter H. was interrogated on July 20 as ordered by the investigator of the specialised team of the so-called Gorilla case,
Groups of teachers sought permits to protest, but found all of Bratislava's major squares were already reserved by Lovu zdar group.
The Slovak army decided to purchase four-wheel vehicles first.
The opposition does not intend to attempt to recall the speaker of parliament and his deputy, for now.
But the judge claims the premiums were premiums for the agenda of a special judge.
Several politicians face problems for causing chaos at the session concerning no-confidence motions against the PM and the interior minister.
Protests against Kaliňák continue.
The supervising prosecutor should decide by the end of July on the scandal surrounding state-run company MH Development and its dismissed authorised representative, Ladislav Košecký.