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New rules for financial reports

THE SLOVAK Finance Ministry wants to tighten rules for reports analyzing the financial impact of new legislation, the SITA news agency reported.

The ministry is proposing a unified methodology for the preparation of the analyses, which outline the influences of legislation and other proposals on the public finances.

The reason for the new rules is that, according to the ministry, the current system has some imperfections.

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Kiska: Saková is a wasted opportunity

But he has no other option than to appoint her as interior minister. Opposition and civic initiatives are also critical.

Denisa Saková met with President Andrej Kiska.

Slovak writer and film director Peter Krištúfek dies in a bus crash

The documentarist and writer, aged 44, was one of the two casualties of the fatal Monday crash between a bus and a truck.

Peter Krištúfek

OLAF began investigating the alleged abuse of EU funds in Slovakia

European Anti-fraud Office will look into fraud involving EU funds for Slovak agriculture first revealed by murdered Slovak journalist Ján Kuciak

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New lookout for plane spotters and photographers Photo

The lookout at the Bratislava airport is accessible from the Vrakuňa (borough of Bratislava) side.

Bratislava M.R. Štefánik airport's lookout.