Former president Kiska faces charges over KTAG case

Leader of Za Ludi charged one day after charges were brought against his main rival, Smer leader Robert Fico.

(Source: SITA)

Another leader of a party running in next February's parliamentary elections faces criminal prosecution.

Former president and leader of the non-parliamentary Za Ludi party Andrej Kiska faces charges in connection with the tax scandal around his KTAG company. The Sme daily reported NAKA brought charges against Kiska, citing two sources. This happened only one day after his main rival, former prime minister and Smer leader Robert Fico, was charged with defamation of the nation, race and belief, and the incitement of hatred towards nation, race and ethnicity.

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Early this year, charges were brought by NAKA against the authorised representative of Kiska’s company KTAG, Eduard Kučkovský. He filed a complaint against the charges.

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