NAKA head will leave the police

Peter Hraško will officially leave the police corps at the end of the year.

Peter HraškoPeter Hraško (Source: Pavel Neubauer/TASR)

Peter Hraško, head of the National Criminal Agency (NAKA), will leave the police corps. He has already given his termination notice, as the police reported on Facebook.

“Police Corps President Milan Lučanský has accepted it and agreed that Hraško will leave on December 31, 2018,” the police wrote.

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Lučanský hinted in November that Hraško would leave NAKA as its head, aiming to offer him another position in the police.

The temporary police corps president has decided not to appoint a new NAKA head, leaving the decision to his successor, who will be officially appointed following new rules adopted by the parliament.

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Hraško is leaving following the mistakes made in regard to the anonymous criminal complaint filed against the For a Decent Slovakia initiative and their subsequent hearings.

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