Rusko goes back to work

PAVOL Rusko, deputy speaker of parliament, returned to work after a three-week break prompted by suspicions that the New Citizen's Alliance (ANO) ruling party boss had had a stroke.

Despite the rest, Rusko has more medical tests ahead of him to see whether he can remain an active politician. Doctors say he may have to slow down his work pace and even withdraw from some of the posts he currently holds.

"The coming two or three weeks will show whether I am able to work without any major problems," Rusko said.

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