A selective leak has tarnished President Kiska’s reputation. But he must continue to speak out about corruption.
Budget talks to decide on concrete policies. Danko wants airplanes, Fico wants better pay for nights and weekends.
Ľuboš Lorenz has reminded Slovakia and its citizens that fascist symbols are not the only ones that they need to reject.
We respect the court, but our stance toward quotas remains unchanged, says Fico.
Coalition leaders announce they will stick together, but just a few hours later SNS’ demand to oust Smer’s labour minister transpired. Fico does not seem ready to give him up.
Tension between the ruling parties has increased, the SNS reporting many of its members wanting to leave coalition.
Will Andrej Danko take the government down with him?
Gabriele Meucci has been serving as the Italian Ambassador to Slovakia since January this year. Coming from a posting in Kosovo where he headed the major EULEX mission, he says that Slovakia is a haven for Italian…
“When I talk to the Brits living in Slovakia, they are quite relaxed about things,” UK Ambassador to Slovakia Andrew Garth says about the Brexit-related concerns.
Education minister steps down following Fico’s call, Danko not ruling out he might leave politics.
Smer, Most-Híd and SNS believe they are the only alternative for government, early elections unlikely.
Andrej Danko says he has had enough of the coalition agreement. The question of the week is: why?
Junior coalition nationalist SNS has withdrawn from the coalition agreement. What comes next?
Both Japanese and Slovaks are hardworking and diligent; good chemistry may exist for cooperation in industry and innovation, says Japanese Ambassador to Slovakia Jun Shimmi.
How much longer can Slovakia afford to deter would-be foreign residents?
Most people want the EU to exist in the future – we just have to mobilise this majority and not take things for granted, says Austrian Ambassador to Slovakia Helfried Carl in an interview with The Slovak Spectator.
Smer has once again proved that (mis)using history is its forte.