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Property bill gains little support

A bill proposed by Smer party leader Robert Fico which would require public officials to declare how they paid for their property has received little support among government and opposition politicians so far, the daily Narodna obroda reported. Fico said the lack of support was because many politicians were afraid of losing their property.

Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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