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Top 3 stories from Last Week in Slovakia

Bratislava prepares for food quality summit. Regional elections campaign takes shape. State budget is out now - what will it bring?

These top three stories from Slovakia are the selection of headlines from a weekly overview that subscribers of The Slovak Spectator can read or listen to.

Bratislava prepares to host some top EU politicians for the Dual Quality Food summit, while elsewhere in Slovakia, the regional election campaign is in full swing. The Finance Ministry has put forward its draft state budget for next year, along with the so-called social package that brings some major changes to the labour market.

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Top stories

Foreigners in Slovakia: Will they vote in upcoming elections?

Dutch activist after 13 years in Slovakia: I am still waiting to have a mayor who will translate the website of the city of Bratislava into English.

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All for Jan: The year of magical thinking in Slovakia

Orbán used Soros as a powerful container for everything he stood against. Fico borrowed the ready-made narrative.

Jaguar Land Rover will ceremonially launch operations at its €1.4 bln Nitra plant next Thursday

Local trade unions and the carmaker have agreed on a wage rise even before the official launch of production.

The new Jaguar Land Rover plant in Nitra

Canada did it, so should everybody else

The burden of proof must now shift to those who oppose legalisation of marijuana.