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Markíza reporters to sue interior minister

All the employees of the news report desk of private TV Markiza, along with part of the management and its shareholders, have filed a criminal complaint against Interior Minister Vladimír Palko for his recent criticism of Markíza.

During a political TV show on September 7, Palko said that the TV station was corrupt, and that its reporters were also corrupt. "You have been lying since you started this TV show, you are lying and making up things," Palko stated on the show.

Compiled by Beata Balogová from press reports
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