First request to strip immunity this year


The prosecutor's office has asked parliament to revoke the parliamentary immunity of Movement for a Democratic Slovakia (HZDS) member Viliam Soboňa, who has been under investigation for 28 months for business malpractice as head of the Sliač thermal spa.

Soboňa said: "The investigator has had 28 months to complete the investigation. So it's a difficult case if they want to put the blame on me".

This is the first request to strip immunity since the parliamentary elections last September.

Compiled by Conrad Toft from press reports.
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