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Parliament okays 'Cuper' law

Lawmakers on February 13 voted to keep a controversial paragraph in a law on regional elected governments that would allow the central government to challenge the decisions of lower parliaments in what it felt was the national interest. A group of MPs, saying the state has no business interfering with the decisions of other elected bodies, has vowed to challenge the law in the Constitutional Court.

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Three rounds of testing should take place before Christmas

The first round will be nationwide and should take place in two weeks.

Who was behind the sale of one of the biggest banks in Slovakia

The largest law firms were involved in several innovative projects, too.

Which are the largest law firms in Slovakia?

For the first time, the ranking also provides an overview in partial categories of law.

Using only antigen tests for mass testing was the right move, says American mathematician

The rounds of testing work like the layers of a filter, removing a large fraction of infected individuals in each round, says Daniel Larremore.

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