Deputies create EU integration committee

Parliament on September 12 approved the creation of a 17-member Parliamentary committee that will deal with European integration issues, Slovak media reported. Parliament Deputy Chairman Augustín Márian Húska proposed the creation of the committee, which will tackle a broad range of questions related to European integration, including studying documents drafted by the European Commission and evaluating the feasibility of incorporating various laws into Slovakia's legislation. Húska was elected chairman of the committee, in which all the coalition and opposition parties are represented.

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