HZDS: Controversial donations removed from account

ĽS-HZDS vice-chair Miroslav Urbáni has removed the money that the party received from disabled pensioner Rudolf Trávniček and entrepreneur Jozef Ocel, who donated a total of Sk11 million (€365,000) under controversial circumstances, the Sme daily reported. But Urbáni declined to comment further, leaving the fate of the money a mystery. HZDS spokesperson Monika Zakariášová also declined to comment. Sme

ĽS-HZDS vice-chair Miroslav Urbáni has removed the money that the party received from disabled pensioner Rudolf Trávniček and entrepreneur Jozef Ocel, who donated a total of Sk11 million (€365,000) under controversial circumstances, the Sme daily reported.

But Urbáni declined to comment further, leaving the fate of the money a mystery. HZDS spokesperson Monika Zakariášová also declined to comment. Sme

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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