Quote of the Week:


"Citizens are often convinced that money rather than justice and law rules here. General skepticism prevails. We must not allow the principle to take root that the end justifies the means. We must be aware that without law, there is no freedom, and without punishment and morals, there is no justice."


Former Slovak President Michal Kováč


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