Far-right ĽSNS has only one MEP left in Brussels

Former judge Miroslav Radačovský says he will not cooperate with the party following an argument over money.

Milan UhríkMilan Uhrík (Source: TASR)

The far-right People’s Party Our Slovakia (ĽSNS) won two seats in the May election for the European Parliament, after winning the third highest number of votes.

Now, however, they have only one mandate since former judge Miroslav Radačovský is no longer cooperating with the party, the Aktuality.sk news website reported.

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Radačovský is not a member of the L'SNS, but ran on the party slate as an independent candidate. He will now act as a non-affiliated MEP.

The problem allegedly lies in arguments over promises made before the election.

Several conspiracy websites report that Marian Kotleba wanted the MEPs to make monthly contributions to the party’s budget. The ĽSNS deny this, Aktuality.sk wrote.

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