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Switzerland scrutinizes SNS MP

The Pravda daily wrote on September 20 that the Swiss social authorities are investigating Slovak National Party (SNS) deputy Jozef M. Rydlo, who is drawing a Swiss disability pension on top of his salary from the Slovak parliament.

Rydlo's disability prevented Swiss authorities from prosecuting him for abusing his ex-wife and two children while he lived there in the 1970’s. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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