Bríza dismissed from SPF

On January 16, the Sme daily published the members of the supervisory board of the board of directors of the Slovak Land Fund (SPF) who nominated by the SMER-SD and SNS parties of the ruling coalition resigned their posts on January 15. Those members nominated by the HZDS, including Branislav Bríza, will be dismissed by the government on January 16.

On January 16, the Sme daily published the members of the supervisory board of the board of directors of the Slovak Land Fund (SPF) who nominated by the SMER-SD and SNS parties of the ruling coalition resigned their posts on January 15. Those members nominated by the HZDS, including Branislav Bríza, will be dismissed by the government on January 16.

The board members are leaving the fund half a year after the daily reported on suspicious land transfers signed by Bríza that helped a firm close to the HZDS acquire lucrative land in the High Tatras. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports

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