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The Slovak Constitution- Article 78

1) No member shall be prosecuted either during the term of office or at any other time for his or her vote in the National Council of the Slovak Republic or its committees. The members are subject to disciplinary powers of the National Council of the Slovak Republic for any statement made in the National Council of the Slovak Republic or its committees while holding mandates.

2) No member shall be prosecuted, sanctioned by any disciplinary measure or held in pre-trial detention without the approval of the National Council of the Slovak Republic. Unless such approval is granted by the National Council of the Slovak Republic, the prosecution or the disciplinary measure shall be excluded.

1) No member shall be prosecuted either during the term of office or at any other time for his or her vote in the National Council of the Slovak Republic or its committees. The members are subject to disciplinary powers of the National Council of the Slovak Republic for any statement made in the National Council of the Slovak Republic or its committees while holding mandates.


2) No member shall be prosecuted, sanctioned by any disciplinary measure or held in pre-trial detention without the approval of the National Council of the Slovak Republic. Unless such approval is granted by the National Council of the Slovak Republic, the prosecution or the disciplinary measure shall be excluded.


3) If a member has been arrested or detained while committing an offence, the appropriate agency shall be obliged to notify without delay the President of the National Council of the Slovak Republic. Unless the arrest is approved by the Mandate and Immunity Committee, the member must be immediately released.

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