Survey: 75 percent want Slovak soldiers out of Iraq

THE MAJORITY of Slovaks are in favour of withdrawing Slovak troops from Iraq, a new survey showed.

The opinion poll carried out by the Slovak weekly magazine Live! showed that 75 percent of the respondents would like to see the troops withdrawn, and the majority of those in favour of the move are people who support the parliamentary opposition parties, the Slovak economic daily Hopodárske noviny wrote.

Compiled by Martina Pisárová from press reports
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