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Bárdos: SMK MPS did nothing wrong

Gyula Bárdos, the head of ethnic-Hungarian SMK party’s parliamentary caucus, has strongly denied that members of the ehtnic-Hungarian SMK party did anything wrong by attending the 'Forum of MPs of the Carpathian Basin' (FPKK) last month.

Gyula Bárdos, the head of ethnic-Hungarian SMK party’s parliamentary caucus, has strongly denied that members of the ehtnic-Hungarian SMK party did anything wrong by attending the 'Forum of MPs of the Carpathian Basin' (FPKK) last month.

He was speaking in reaction to SNS chairman Ján Slota's statements on October 20 in which he said the MPs broke their parliamentary oath and violated the Slovak Constitution by attending the meeting.

Bárdos said the statements are just part of Slota's tactics, who “doesn't have anything better to do than attack the SMK." TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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