After the revolution in 1989 the number of people participating in elections fell from 99 percent to around 60 percent.
None of the strongest candidates mention foreigners.
Governors and regional councils decide about health care, education and road management.
The fatal accident of the van carrying Slovak caregivers has opened a discussion on how these women work and live. The job agencies abuse both the drivers and the caregivers, a former caregiver in Austria, Angelika…
Constitutional Court decided in favour of National Memory Institute which included Andrej Babiš in its list of communist secret service confindants.
Marian Kotleba criticised parliamentary democracy ten years ago. Now he has become a part of it.
SNS chairman and Parliamentary Speaker Andrej Danko lost eight cars within a single year, according to his property return. Many items do not appear in the property returns of top Slovak officials.
President Andrej Kiska refuses to show contracts and invoices related to his pre-election campaign expenditures.
Within the last few years Roma living in Moldava nad Bodvou have experienced police brutality, forced eviction and segregation.
Training a police dog takes years and not every puppy can be trained to be good service dog.
By using eurofunds and state aid new Mayor of Raslavice Marek Rakoš thus created some 80 jobs in two years.
Education Minister Peter Plavčan has refused to leave, the Prime Minister demanding his resignation.
Russia is oppressing Jehovah's Witnesses after courts described them as extremists.
Children are often manipulated against their parents while authorities decide about divorces and custody.
The Slovak Spectator spent several days on the Darknet.
Unofficial queuing lists have re-appeared, and some say they have camped in front of the department for days.
The country has accepted only 16 people through its quota system.