The top job at RTVS is too important to hand to a deeply compromised candidate.
Media watchdogs say Jaroslav Rezník has proved friendly towards politicians in the past and has no scruples about considering pro-Russian propaganda news a fit source of information.
Maybe the country would benefit from a dose of youthful enthusiasm.
Slovakia is a success story, but not everyone is part of the success, President Andrej Kiska said in parliament.
Mečiar’s amnesties are void. Who might end up in jail?
No party sitting in parliament has ever been banned in Slovakia. This may change soon, following a recent motion by the general prosecutor to ban the far-right party led by Banská Bystrica Regional Governor Marian…
Only when the institutions that report on and interpret the nation’s collective memory are free from political interference can the country come to terms with its past.
Slovakia's armed forces need to modernise their military technology, but also improve infrastructure and make soldiers' salaries more competitive.
A year after the Bašternák case began, nothing seem to be sticking to the interior minister. Yet.
Opposition OĽaNO MP is one vote away from being losing his parliamentary seat as a punishment for having an active business licence. The ruling Smer has been building a case against him, accusing him of tax fraud.
In characteristic fashion, Igor Matovič may be felled by his own hubris - but still manage to make himself look like the victim.
OĽaNO wants Danko to step down as parliament’s speaker after what they call an unprecedented measure.
President Kiska has dispersed all questions surrounding his future in politics before Easter, when he announced he was not planning to run for parliament.
One of Slovakia’s media schools has invited a well-known conspiracy theorist to an academic conference. What does this say about the state of the Slovak media?
If politicians care about the future of the country, they need to offer young protesters with specific demands more than the just same old vague assurances.
Statements by PM Robert Fico and Parliamentary Speaker Andrej Danko about the public-service broadcaster provoke press freedom concerns.
For a newswire to seek to broaden its range of sources is understandable. But to do so with no regard for their accuracy or reliability is not.