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President's driver blamed for accident

Jan Packa from Office for the Protection of Constitutional Officials said the presidential limousine driver was responsible for the January 2 car accident near Veľké Zálužie in Nitra region. Packa said that although the driver was not going to lose his job, he will have to pay for part of the damage to the president's BMW.

Compiled by Martina Pisárová from press reports.
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