Spectator on facebook

Spectator on facebook

Aspiring Attorney General to leave parliament

INDEPENENDT MP Miroslav Abelovský, a former member of the Movement for a Democratic Slovakia, will leave parliament by the end of October.

Abelovský confirmed that he would want to start working at the attorney general's office and that among the reasons for his decision was his ambition to become the new attorney general.

The term of office of the current Attorney General, Milan Hanzel, ends in January 2004.

Compiled by Martina Pisárová from press reports
The Slovak Spectator cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information presented in its Flash News postings.

Top stories

Police will check overpriced EU presidency

The presidency will also be scrutinised by state auditors.

The ceremonial launch of the Slovak presidency's logo.

Inspectors to focus on firms with foreign staff

Scrutiny follows media report by Serbian journalist concerning conditions in a Galanta-based plant.

Labour Minister Ján Richter

Bratislava councillors want gambling regulation, not ban

Seventeen councillors do not agree with total prohibition of gambling in the capital, they want to continue in its strict regulation.

SaS denies Russian media reports on its support of Slexit

The opposition party has objected to news in some Russian media stating that it supports the departure of Slovakia from the EU, i.e. Slexit.

Richard Sulík