Parliament meets for last time

Parliament meets for the last time before September elections today to debate 18 laws returned by President Rudolf Schuster. The laws, many of which are vital for Slovakia’s drive to enter the European Union, must be approved by a majority in the 150-seat house to finally take effect.

Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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