But not everybody is satisfied with some of the latest changes.
But the differences are still lower than in most EU countries.
An example of a young participant in the Duke of Edinburgh's Award programme who was left nearly blind shows how one can push their limits.
Tibor Madleňák, a political analyst specialising in election geography, says in an interview with The Slovak Spectator that Kotleba had to defend his performance in a political post for the first time - and failed.
It would be too early to say extremism has been defeated but the results present a new chance for democracy.
The Bratislava Region stays faithful to the right.
The ruling Smer party will only fill two out of eight governor chairs after this election; their numbers in the regional parliaments are also significantly reduced.
The Interior Ministry adopts steps to prevent the abuse of e-signatures, but is criticised for its late response.
The smallest region in Slovakia has several specifics affecting various fields that will have to be addressed by respective regional authorities.
The recent Bratislava summit raised some suggestions on solving the problem, but it will be a long process.
German firms in Slovakia use various ways to fill vacant positions.
Tests have confirmed again the different quality of products, but several initiatives have emerged to fight the phenomenon.
The prime minister promises a fight against corruption, but the public would rather welcome concrete measures.
Rules for regional elections change, which may bring some surprising victories.
Focus is on 4G networks, but companies also prepare for using the Internet of Things technology.
The internet community is critical of the current system in which the national domain is not in the state’s hands.
The recent detention of an artist for disposing the sickles and hammers from a memorial opened a discussion about the attitude towards characteristic symbols of totalitarian regimes.