The ruling coalition Christian Democrats said yesterday they were disappointed with cabinet’s response to Budapest’s controversial status law, and said the party may move forward in submitting a tough bill protecting Slovak sovereignty to parliament. The draft, among other things, would allow the Interior Ministry to have organisations helping to carry out the status law in Slovakia banned.
Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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21. Feb 2002 at 8:00