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INEKO criticises government for reneging on election promises

After almost two years in power, the Robert Fico government has fulfilled only one-third of its campaign promises about fixing the legal system, the Institute for Economic and Social Studies (INEKO) concluded in its project "Promises and Lamentations - What Politicians Promise and What They Fulfill."

After almost two years in power, the Robert Fico government has fulfilled only one-third of its campaign promises about fixing the legal system, the Institute for Economic and Social Studies (INEKO) concluded in its project "Promises and Lamentations - What Politicians Promise and What They Fulfill."

INEKO analyst Gabriel Šipoš reported that the government's weakest point is the fight against corruption, the SITA newswire wrote. The government is fulfilling this promise at a mere 29 percent, while its success rate in the fight for stability of the legal environment is just 15 percent, the report states. SITA

b>Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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