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Reader feedback: Where was the labour view?

Re: "Labour Code hitting snags in practice," By Miroslav Karpaty, Vol. 8 No. 26, July 8-14

I was somewhat discouraged to notice in your article on the new Labour Code that there was only input from the business perspective on the issue, notably the AmCham in Bratislava. The outstanding work and reputation of your newspaper, and the honest, balanced reporting you strive for, calls for the voice of labour to also be heard. Did you consider calling Ivan Saktor, Emil Machyna, Juraj Blahak, Igor Lensky or others for an opinion on the subject? I'm confident they would have had something to say.

Donald Ellenberger

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