Cabinet okays new ÚVO vice-chair; re-appoints Statistics Office head

At its meeting on July 11, the Slovak cabinet approved Tatiana Behrová, an advisor to former prime minster Iveta Radičová, as the vice-chair of the Public Procurement Office (ÚVO), the TASR newswire reported. Behrová was nominated by ÚVO chair Zita Táborská and will replace Marek Vladár who had held the post since April 2011. The cabinet also confirmed that Ľudmila Benkovičová will remain the head of the Statistics Office for another five years. This will be Benkovičová's second and final term in that post.

At its meeting on July 11, the Slovak cabinet approved Tatiana Behrová, an advisor to former prime minster Iveta Radičová, as the vice-chair of the Public Procurement Office (ÚVO), the TASR newswire reported. Behrová was nominated by ÚVO chair Zita Táborská and will replace Marek Vladár who had held the post since April 2011.

The cabinet also confirmed that Ľudmila Benkovičová will remain the head of the Statistics Office for another five years. This will be Benkovičová's second and final term in that post.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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