Scientologists deny connection with presidential candidate Kiska

Scientologists have distanced themselves from the independent presidential candidate Andrej Kiska - and the presidential campaign generally.

Scientologists have distanced themselves from the independent presidential candidate Andrej Kiska - and the presidential campaign generally.

Prime Minister Robert Fico, Kiska’s rival for the post of president, claimed that Kiska had ties to the Church of Scientology. Kiska denies this allegation. Representative of Dianetics and Scientology for CEE, Krisztina Tamas-Feth, wrote in a statement quoted by the Sme daily that it is not unusual that false reports are spread during political electionsand that Andrej Kiska is not intertwined with centres of Dianetics and Scientology, Sme quoted her on March 20.

(Source: Sme)
Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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