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Packa should become new police president

JÁN Packa, head of the Bureau for the Protection of Constitutional Officials, should become the new police president. Interior Minister Robert Kaliňák recalled police president Anton Kulich and two vice-presidents, Jaroslav Spišiak and Ján Nociar, on August 4.

According to the Pravda daily, the new vice-presidents should be Michal Kopčík from the Bureau of Border and Foreigners’ Police and Stanislav Jankovič, the chief deputy of the regional police. Interior Minister Kaliňák is expected to appoint the new police officials on August 7. Kaliňák said that changes in police positions are not yet finished and that they will also take place in regional police directorates.

Compiled by Martina Jurinová from press reports
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