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Slota’s PSNS gets own caucus

Parliament yesterday approved the formation of an official caucus for the opposition Real Slovak National Party (PSNS), which has the minimum eight MPs required for a caucus. The PSNS, under the leadership of Žilina Mayor Ján Slota, broke away last month from the Slovak National Party which, with seven MPs, remains without a caucus in the legislature.

Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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