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Courts, corruption in sights

JUSTICE MINISTER Daniel Lipšic says he plans to fine judges who fail to proceed with court cases, hoping to reduce the 349 complaints of undue delay in lower-court trials that have been lodged with the Constitutional Court, the country's top judicial body.

Lipšic also repeated his determination to pass a law requiring people to explain where they obtained their assets if asked, saying the bill could be introduced to parliament within several months.

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Chinese are closer to taking over Košice steelworks

The sale may be completed early next year, according to reports.

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Third anti-corruption march drew thousands Photo

The only demand that has been met to date is the abrogation of Vladimír Mečiar’s amnesties by parliament.

The anti-corruption march

Slovak water slalom racers start championship with a victory Video

The single canoe slalom team can boast with several records.

l-r: Alexander Slafkovský, Matej Beňuš and Michal Martikán

Blog: In Slovakia, tradition is key

The year round, the calendar is filled to the brim with traditional habits, happenings that seem to go back centuries.

Traditional "vinobranie" event in Pezinok.