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Štefan Harabin and his statements

On the Special Court

On the Special Court

“Mussolini and Hitler established a special court. Do you know why? In Germany there were 16,000 judges and Hitler, in his ideas, said that: ‘We have to establish a special court, because 16 judges will be easier to influence than 16,000.’ ”

“After the Special Court had been established they said – in reference to all the other courts – that it was being founded because the other judges were corrupt. These are the consequences. And, a big wonder, a 16-times higher salary, or the bonus to the basic salary, is the highest form of the state corruption, which means that they were corrupted, and they still are.”

On reform of the judicial system

“It was no reform, but a total deform. Taken in order to weaken the management of the court, to introduce chaos, benevolence and liberalism to the court instead of fulfilling the duties. We have reached this state, and these people are now shouting how untrustworthy the college of judges is. These reformists, who got us all into this.”

On former justice minister Daniel Lipšic

“… Mr Lipšic will return to the ministry, but in a blue shirt and he will control it again, along with the other convicts, but with a vacuum-cleaner and a duster…”

“What is the difference between Goebbels and Lipšic?”

Source: www.cervenapreharabina.sk

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