Special court in the works

THE JUSTICE Ministry has announced a selection process for applicants interested in becoming special judges.

These judges would rule on corruption and other financial cases that involve top politicians, high-standing state bureaucrats, and mafia members. The justices would be based in a building with non-stop security surveillance.

A former central bank building on Cukrová street in Bratislava is being considered as a place to house the special court, the daily Pravda wrote.

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