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Dostál files complaint against Slota at General Prosecutor's Office

Vice-chair of the non-parliamentary Civic Conservative Party (OKS) Ondrej Dostál filed a complaint against Slovak National Party (SNS) chairman Jan Slota at the General Prosecutor's Office on December 16. Dostál wants the General Prosecutor to look into claims published by the Sme daily on December 15. The daily stated that Slota's admitted assets exceed his official income. According to Dostál, the possibility exists that some of Slota's assets were acquired from other incomes that were not subject to taxation. The daily stated on Monday that Slota has officially earned only Sk13.4 million (€444,800) in politics since 1990, while admitting to owning an airplane, a Bentley Continental car, a yacht, a motorcycle and a three-room flat in Stará Lesná (Poprad region). In addition to this, he uses assets - such as flats in Žilina and Bratislava, Audi and Lexus cars and a villa in Croatia - that belong to several companies.

Vice-chair of the non-parliamentary Civic Conservative Party (OKS) Ondrej Dostál filed a complaint against Slovak National Party (SNS) chairman Jan Slota at the General Prosecutor's Office on December 16. Dostál wants the General Prosecutor to look into claims published by the Sme daily on December 15. The daily stated that Slota's admitted assets exceed his official income. According to Dostál, the possibility exists that some of Slota's assets were acquired from other incomes that were not subject to taxation.

The daily stated on Monday that Slota has officially earned only Sk13.4 million (€444,800) in politics since 1990, while admitting to owning an airplane, a Bentley Continental car, a yacht, a motorcycle and a three-room flat in Stará Lesná (Poprad region). In addition to this, he uses assets - such as flats in Žilina and Bratislava, Audi and Lexus cars and a villa in Croatia - that belong to several companies.

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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