Kramplová: I will respect prosecutor's decision

Agriculture Minister Zdenka Kramplová said on December 10 she would respect any conclusion reached by the General Prosecutor's Office regarding the controversial land in Veľký Slavkov.

Agriculture Minister Zdenka Kramplová said on December 10 she would respect any conclusion reached by the General Prosecutor's Office regarding the controversial land in Veľký Slavkov.

"I can’t imagine it will be possible, from the legal point of view, to take away these pieces of land from their owners, who received it in restitution ... I will, however, respect the Prosecutor Office’s conclusion, and the opinions of legal experts."

The working commission that was created early in December is looking into the situation at the Slovenský Pozemkový Fond (Slovak Land Fund/SPF).

"I would appreciate it if this commission submitted a comprehensive proposal regarding the solution of the situation at SPF – including personnel-related issues – to Slovakia's Government by the end of January 2008. In view of the importance of the problems, I will inform the public once the final statement of the working commission has been submitted," Kramplová said. TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports

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