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Towns unhappy with public admin reform progress

Association of Slovak Towns and Cities (ZMOS) has criticised the cabinet's lack of interest in continuing transfer of competencies and financial resources to the newly created Higher Territorial Units. ZMOS head, Michal Sýkora, said the "key problem was a belated passage of necessary laws" adding that the "cabinet somehow forgot about public administration reform".

Compiled by Martina Pisárová from press reports.
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