Eurolaws missing

SLOVAKIA lacks nine laws that the country should have approved by its entry to the EU in May this year, the SME daily wrote.

According to Deputy PM for Integration Pál Csáky, however, Slovakia does not need to fear sanctions from the EU. He said that the Slovak government should discuss all of the missing laws by the end of September this year.

Compiled by Beata Balogová from press reports
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