Hlávková: I wanted to do the right thing

Our boss told us that the order should go to an agency close to Smer, Zuzana Hlávková says in an interview with the Sme daily.

Zuzana HlávkováZuzana Hlávková (Source: Sme)

You wrote about the murky orders in a blog with Transparency International. How do you feel now that it was published?
ZH: Relieved that it is over. I am ready for everything that comes next.

Have you considered leaving Slovakia?
ZH: I’m not sure. I will decide based on how the situation develops. But all possibilities are on the table.

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Aren’t you worried that you could lose a possible lawsuit against Zuzana Ťapáková, since you have no proof of some of your claims about her involvement?
ZH: I do not think about it that way. I simply said to myself that I’m telling the truth and it’s part of my story. If some people feel touched by that, they have the right to do whatever the law allows them to.

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