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MPs meet Mečiar in Elektra

Five MPs from the opposition HZDS party met party leader Vladimír Mečiar at his Elektra mansion in the west of the country to discuss a growing crisis in the HZDS and threats by some caucus members to break away.

The party has a busy scheduled of meetings this week, with a caucus meeting on January 9 and 10 and a meeting of the HZDS national council, a senior party body, on January 11.

Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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