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Government cabinet to convene on August 10 after its summer recess

The Slovak government’s cabinet is set to start meeting again on Wednesday, August 10, after a three-week summer recess, Ľubica Pilzová, the director of the Government Office’s press department told the TASR newswire. According to Pilzová, this date was agreed by the cabinet in July as it is necessary to submit certain bills to parliament by August 19 so that these pieces of legislation can be discussed at parliament’s next session slated to begin on September 6. The exact agenda of Wednesday's cabinet session will be released later on August 8.

The Slovak government’s cabinet is set to start meeting again on Wednesday, August 10, after a three-week summer recess, Ľubica Pilzová, the director of the Government Office’s press department told the TASR newswire.

According to Pilzová, this date was agreed by the cabinet in July as it is necessary to submit certain bills to parliament by August 19 so that these pieces of legislation can be discussed at parliament’s next session slated to begin on September 6. The exact agenda of Wednesday's cabinet session will be released later on August 8.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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