A NEW survey showed that the Slovak armed forces are the country's most trusted institution.
According to the poll carried out by the public broadcaster Slovak Radio in mid November, 61.6 percent of Slovaks believe in the army.
On the other hand, the Slovak cabinet, followed by the parliament, were the least trusted institutions; respectively 83.2 and 81.6 percent of respondents did not trust the bodies.
Compiled by Martina Pisárová from press reports
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8. Dec 2003 at 9:58