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Hungarian law opposed again

SLOVAK negotiators proposed at a bilateral meeting with Hungary, that the controversial Act on Hungarians living abroad should not apply in Slovakia. "If no progress on the matter is achieved by the end of January, the Slovak government will take further steps," Prime Minister Mikaláš Dzurinda said.

Meanwhile, the Slovak Nationalist Party (SNS) has proposed that politicians from the ethnic Hungarian Coalition Party (SMK) who applied for Hungarian nationality card be forced to leave parliament.

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Blog: Why did I come here?

A group of teachers and students from the Bratislava-based school gathered to support their friend, colleague, and fellow foreigner, as she had already tried four times just to get in the door of the foreign police.

Queue in front of the foreigners' police department in Bratislava.

Teachers and scientist support anti-corruption march

They praise the activities of students who may change the current state of corruption.

Organisers of the first student protest, Karolína Farská and Dávid Straka.