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Roman Cuprik

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Roman Cuprik joined The Slovak Spectator team in March 2012 as a staff writer after contributing to the 2011 edition of Spectacular Slovakia. He graduated with a master’s degree from the journalism department of Comenius University in Bratislava. He covers political and social news.

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UPDATED: 17. May 2017, at 10:15

UPDATED: Interior Minister refuses to leave after avoiding competition

Office for Public Procurement may impose a €260,000 fine on the Interior Ministry for avoiding public procurement when acquiring client centre.16. May 2017, at 16:05

Interior Minister Robert Kaliňák

State-funded Anti-Fascistic Union spreads pro-Russian propaganda

Interior Ministry investigates activities of the Union of Anti-Fascistic Warriors.9. May 2017, at 17:48

Also communists give speeches at Union of Anti-Fascistic Warriors events.

Interior Ministry bought flats from Bašternák’s brother

State lost around €1 million on deal, according to opposition.4. May 2017, at 23:34

Land on Rajská street.

Police pursue MPs for racist statements

Parliament, police and even Facebook are dealing with comments made by extremists of the ĽSNS party.3. May 2017, at 8:54

L-R: Mazurek and Mizík in parliament on February 1, refusing to apologise.

Government ignores anticorruption demandsPhoto

Protesters gave the government two weeks to fulfil their demands.25. Apr 2017, at 12:51

Why big fish are not in jail

The most infamous corruption cases have been halted by the offices of special prosecutor Dušan Kováčik and police chief Tibor Gašpar.18. Apr 2017, at 15:54

Dušan Kováčik

I was digging in the ground, crying

The League Against Cancer helps people overcome cancer-related depression.11. Apr 2017, at 14:41

Marián Božík

Media face fines for improper use of 'Great Britain'

The Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre Authority informed the media that fines can be up to €6600.6. Apr 2017, at 23:08

Time and legislation play into the hands of prosecuted businessman

Interior Minister Robert Kaliňák is again facing suspicions that he has been helping prosecuted businessman Ladislav Bašternák.28. Mar 2017, at 23:49

A police car standing in front of the residential complex on Tupého Street.

We were joking before the trip, women from the first transport to Auschwitz recallVideo

On March 25, Slovakia marked 75 years since the first transport of Jews to the Nazi concentration camp in Auschwitz.27. Mar 2017, at 23:24

Memory institute struggles with communists

It is hard to rehabilitate victims of socialist crimes and even harder to punish the people responsible for them, according to the Nation’s Memory Institute.21. Mar 2017, at 16:50

The Hartmut Tautz memorial in Slovakia

What Slovakia loses when it neglects the Roma

If the employment rate of Roma matched that of the majority, the labour market would get 150,000 people it badly needs.15. Mar 2017, at 6:30

Despite som community projects, the lfie of Roma seems to be harder now, illustrative stock photo.

Firms divide rivers for eurofunds

There are 203 small hydropower plants in Slovakia producing less than 3 percent of consumed energy.14. Mar 2017, at 17:02

Small hydropower plant Tekov

Top scandals vanish in Dušan Kováčik’s office

Special Prosecutor Dušan Kováčik has not submitted any criminal lawsuits in 61 cases he has been supervising during eight years in the post.7. Mar 2017, at 16:15

Dušan Kováčik

Poles, Swedes rid Europe of Slovak arms

Europol estimates that criminals have smuggled around 10,000 Slovak weapons into the EU market.1. Mar 2017, at 10:14

Submachine gun model 61.

Hoaxes ascend to mainstream politics

False claims frequently target minorities.16. Feb 2017, at 12:40

Roma settlement in Markušovce

Former neo-Nazi: You should have a beer with extremists

Neo-Nazi skinhead groups operate like a religious cult, says a former member Christian Picciolini who has launched an exit project for people like himself.7. Feb 2017, at 15:54

Christian Picciolini

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