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Ďuračka withdraws headlight amendment

SNS MP Ján Ďuračka withdrew his amendment requiring the use of headlights during daylight hours all year round, which he had attached to the law on public service and customs, after he was assured that it would be discussed as a part of to the law on transport communication. SITA

SNS MP Ján Ďuračka withdrew his amendment requiring the use of headlights during daylight hours all year round, which he had attached to the law on public service and customs, after he was assured that it would be discussed as a part of to the law on transport communication. SITA

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