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Anti-discrimination draft still a problem

DEPUTY PM for EU integration Pál Csáky will submit a draft anti-discrimination law to the cabinet by January next year.

As a future EU member, Slovakia has committed itself to approve the anti-discrimination law before its expected entry into the economic bloc in May 2004.

The conservative Christian Democrats (KDH) remain the only of the country's four ruling parties that objects to the legislation.

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When the state can’t keep a secret

A selective leak has tarnished President Kiska’s reputation. But he must continue to speak out about corruption.

President Andrej Kiska

Foreign rocket engines for North Korea: Why?

For Russia, the path to a weakened China could be through a major nuclear accident in North Korea.

Focus Poll: Government loses support

Extremist party led by Marian Kotleba would have come third

The ruling coalition (L-R: SNS-Andrej Danko, Smer-Robert Fico. Most-Híd-Béla Bugár) would have problems forming a cabinet.

Bratislava bus station is moving into Bottova Centrum Photo

If the temporary station gets all the construction approvals, it may start operation on October 1.

The future temporary bus station on Bottova Street in Bratislava