Spectator on facebook

Spectator on facebook

Bush speaks to Slovak people

US PRESIDENT George Bush started his open-air speech on Hviezdoslavovo square several minutes ago by greeting the thousands of Slovaks in their own language. “Dobrý deň“ (Good day), he said in a heavy accent. He thanked Slovak officials and “the citizens of a free Slovakia” for their achievements in politics, the economy, and society. Slovak Prime Minister Mikuláš Dzurinda introduced Bush to the public.

By Spectator staff

Top stories

Bankers adjust to customers’ habits

More people will be coming to banks for advisory.

You do not need to sympathise with LGBTI to support their rights

The lawmakers need to act before the next Oliari comes to the Strasbourg court to sue Slovakia.

Ombudswoman Maria Patakyova addresses the Pride participants.

Preparation of young journalists lags

Editors and students complain about the lack of practical training at journalism schools and missing links with the realities of the media market.

International students travel to attend world leading universities. So they did in the past.

Raslavice village creates jobs; constructs wellness centre

By using eurofunds and state aid new Mayor of Raslavice Marek Rakoš thus created some 80 jobs in two years.