Last Week in Slovakia: Kočner detained and then released

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Controversial businessman Marian Kočner was detained over the promissory notes for TV Markíza. The court later released him, but Kočner still faces charges in the case. Read more on who Marian Kočner is.

Bratislava and other Slovak cities saw another wave of protests last Friday. This time around, farmers with their tractors participated in the protests too.

Speaking on the TA3 news channel over the weekend, special guest, Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán, warned Slovakia against George Soros.

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