INCUMBENT President Rudolf Schuster has decided that he will not hold his regular State of the Nation address in parliament this year, originally scheduled for after Slovakia's May 1 EU entry, wrote the Pravda daily.
Presidential Spokesman Ján Füle would not give reasons for Schuster's decision but he said that the president planed on giving broadcast speeches to people in the public media.
Compiled by Martina Pisárová from press reports
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22. Apr 2004 at 9:36