Slovaks should know better than to trifle with religious freedoms, given their history of totalitarian regimes that have divided citizens into ‘worse’ and ‘better’ categories based on their religious beliefs.
Danko calls out coalition crisis, will get to design new energy distribution policy.
Robert Fico did not appear in the Washington Post story about European far right by accident, says political analyst and director of the Institute for Public Affairs Grigorij Mesežnikov.
Roma patrols were one of the few examples that brought actual results for the minority and the majority. But at some point the project was allowed to drown during the change in governments.
SNS changes its social network communication policy after users bury their profile in a pile of jokes and hate speech.
Ambassador Leonzi is talking about President Andrej Kiska's visit to France, economic ties between France and Slovakia, and security measures adopted after the terrorist attacks.
The interior minister says there is no corruption in the highest places in Slovakia. How could citizens not feel offended by his words?
Slovakia’s first-ever EU presidency took place in unprecedented and turbulent times. Slovakia managed well, although some programme points remain unfulfilled.
The president calls on citizens not to give up on decency, humanity, and tolerance in 2017, and to require those values from each other and from politicians.
The rage, the disappointment and the fear linger. How are we to cope with them in the new year?
MPs reviewing the case requested documents concerning how Evka was selected and who its competitors were. They were left disappointed.
Increasing hostility between politicians and media cited as the main reason.
Courts should be specialised so that they can work faster, says the justice minister about her plans for 2016-2020 term.
The parliament will vote to scrap the amnesties, but the opposition proposal is not expected to gain the necessary 90 votes in the second reading, due to lack of support from Smer and SNS.
Were all these controversies worth it for Lajčák, a man who could have made a career in any top diplomatic body in Europe and beyond, and need never have sullied himself with party politics?
“Young people must have the decency and the self-confidence to stand up when they see that the state is failing,” President Kiska said about the whistleblower.
Nobody is asking for any profound mutual love between the prime minister and the media. In fact, there is no room in this relationship for any kind of passion; love would be just as dangerous as the hate that burst…