Pellegrini departure would mean further radicalisation of party, warns analyst.
Teachers and experts urge government to keep ‘natural’ school reforms during pandemic.
Public grillings of GP candidates welcomed, other new measures raise controversy.
Negotiations start on holiday ‘corridor’ to Croatia, but health experts call for people to stay in Slovakia.
Slovakia is still a democratic state where any fundamental restrictions of rights may only be temporary.
Pre-election promises fail to make it into plans.
Politicians need to be careful about their language too.
Transparency alone is not enough, says anti-corruption group.
The plan outlined in the programme statement leaves experts cautiously optimistic.
App desperately needed, says expert.
PM Matovič called on them to take their masks, gloves and backpacks and rush in to quarantined settlements.
Foreigners with residence are also eligible for repatriations.
The Health Ministry is looking for a way to engage them. It is one of the ways the government is looking to secure enough health care professionals to walk Slovakia through the crisis.
Fears over intense spread in settlements.
Fear and uncertainty are fertile ground for spreading of false content and conspiracies.
Remote teaching is not just fancy conference calls. Teachers have to show their resourcefulness.
Public Health Authority will collect data from telecom operators with the exception of the content of messages and phone calls.
The president appointed the cabinet of Igor Matovič on March 21.
The coalition that emerged as the dam against extremism departs.
SaS put forward a top professional diplomat. Ivan Korčok is a safe pair of hands, analysts say.