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Reader feedback: Let's have the actual texts of laws

Dear Sir/Madam,

I reacted to the article in your publication "Hungary warns of Nato veto" (Flash news, The Slovak Spectator web site, www.slovakspectator.sk) and learned from a counter reaction that there is a law (or decree, or act, or other) that gives certain rights to Slovaks living abroad. I do not know if this is true, but if it is, I am unaware of it.

If there is indeed such a law, than perhaps The Slovak Spectator should publish its contents under a special paragraph/heading. In my view, this would enhance the purpose and quality of your publication. Entities like the Financial Times etc. would not be interested in this specific topic, but would not stop reading it, for your publication is more pleasant to read than for instance the SITA or TASR news agencies, and much lighter and more straight forward than, for instance, the website of TV Markíza; I can't put my finger on it, but The Slovak Spectator strikes me as very open and "Gemuetlich" and I enjoy it very much!

Kind regards,

Jana Jezova

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