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Slovak public TV will air talk show featuring Gorilla Protest organisers

Organisers of the series of Gorilla Protest rallies in Slovakia will receive television airtime following a decision to do so by public-service Radio and Television Slovakia (RTVS), the TASR newswire reported on February 13. A round-table discussion show, which will also feature additional guests such as political analysts, will be broadcast on RTVS channel 2 on the evening of February 15.

Organisers of the series of Gorilla Protest rallies in Slovakia will receive television airtime following a decision to do so by public-service Radio and Television Slovakia (RTVS), the TASR newswire reported on February 13.

A round-table discussion show, which will also feature additional guests such as political analysts, will be broadcast on RTVS channel 2 on the evening of February 15.

The organisers of the rallies voiced their interest in appearing on televised talk shows during the rally held on February 10 and the head of RTVS, Miloslava Zemková, stated that she had no objection to the request.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
The Slovak Spectator cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information presented in its Flash News postings.

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