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After Šátek, out goes Molnár, in comes Gašpar

THE MINISTER of Interior Affairs Vladmír Palko has appointed Tibor Gašpar as the director of the Anti-corruption Office. Gašpar, who has been working as chief of the district investigation department in Nitra, made no comment on his appointment.

After the departure of Šátek from the same office, his deputy Julius Molnár, submitted his resignation letter.

Gašpar joined the police force in December 1993. According to Ministry of Interior Affairs spokesperson Boris Ažaltovič he is one of the first police officers of those who joined after the revolution to be appointed to such a high post.

After the reorganization of the police force in January 2004, he became first deputy in charge of investigation in the Nitra district office .

According to Ažatovič, Gašpar dealt mainly with economic, corruption and violent criminal cases.

Compiled by Killian Mabhena from press reports
The Slovak Spectator cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information presented in its Flash News postings.

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