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Ministry says Privilégium to return unjustified subsidy

The press department of the Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Family announced on September 12 that authorised representatives of the non-profit social-services provider Center of Private Social Services Privilégium, where Labor Minister Viera Tomanová worked prior to taking up her current post, promised on September 11 to return Sk2 million in state subsidies it received based on false pretenses.

"The terms and deadlines of returning the provided funds, the calculation of a fine, the account numbers and other possible terms will be set by the economy department of the Labor Ministry by October 10 at the latest," the
ministry announced. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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