Slovakia’s Land Fund gets new board members

The Slovak government on Wednesday, October 13, passed a proposal for the selection of new board members for the Slovak Land Fund (SPF) that had been submitted by the Minister of Agriculture, Environment and Regional Development, Zsolt Simon, from Most-Híd party, the TASR newswire wrote. The candidates for the board-member posts, who should be voted upon by Parliament, are: Zoltán Kovács, Jozef Krška, Ján Mrva, František Sojka, Antónia Mikulíková and Jozef Bolješik.

The Slovak government on Wednesday, October 13, passed a proposal for the selection of new board members for the Slovak Land Fund (SPF) that had been submitted by the Minister of Agriculture, Environment and Regional Development, Zsolt Simon, from Most-Híd party, the TASR newswire wrote.

The candidates for the board-member posts, who should be voted upon by Parliament, are: Zoltán Kovács, Jozef Krška, Ján Mrva, František Sojka, Antónia Mikulíková and Jozef Bolješik.

The government also approved the dismissal of the board members appointed on March 9, 2010: Jozef Lalo, Jozef Kubinec, Viliam Hoferica, Anton Martvoň, Ján Tuček and Mária Fridrichová.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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