Roma back under Csáky

THE OFFICE of deputy Prime Minister Pál Csáky will retain responsibility for the Roma minority agenda, the cabinet decided on November 12, rather than passing it on to the Culture Ministry.

The proposed shift had been criticised by the EU, which said Slovakia needed continuity and resolve in dealing with the many problems facing the Roma.

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