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Last Week in Slovakia: Police boss will leave

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Tomáš Drucker resigned as interior minister after mere 26 days in office. Police Corps President Tibor Gašpar first reacted by saying that he would not step down by choice, but he, in the end, agreed to file his resignation after PM Peter Pellegrini asked him to do so.

In a represenative poll by the Median polling agency, the vast majority of Slovaks say corruption is the biggest problem in the country.

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