SDĽ warns of political consequences

The socialist SDĽ ruling coalition party warned after an April 26 meeting that “fundamental political consequences” would ensue if parliament passed a cabinet-approved tax cut the SDĽ opposes. The tax cut would see corporate tax fall from its current 29% to 18% by 2006.

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