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SDĽ again on SPP sale

The SDĽ ruling coalition party has repeated its opposition to the sale of a 49% stake in gas utility SPP, saying it prefers only 24% to be sold off, and vowing to take the matter to parliament if necessary; the demand has been rejected by other coalition parties.

Compiled by Tom Nicolson from press reports.
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