Guspan is new parliamentary secretary

Daniel Guspan has become the new parliamentary secretary, replacing Viktor Stromček who is leaving for the post of Transport Ministry state secretary (i.e. deputy minister), the TASR newswire learnt on April 26.

Daniel Guspan has become the new parliamentary secretary, replacing Viktor Stromček who is leaving for the post of Transport Ministry state secretary (i.e. deputy minister), the TASR newswire learnt on April 26.

"I've no hesitation in saying that Daniel Guspan is an experienced person who will continue what we've begun," said Speaker of Parliament Pavol Paška, wishing Stromček good luck in his new post. Guspan is without official political affiliation and comes to parliament from the private sector.

Source: TASR

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