Anonymous video targeting Kiska leaks two weeks before elections

Another video is to leak to the media, Kiska claims.

Za Ľudí chair Andrej Kiska.Za Ľudí chair Andrej Kiska. (Source: TASR)

A recently leaked anonymous video revives a Veľký Slavkov case that involves Slovakia’s former President and Za Ľudí chair Andrej Kiska.

Poprad-based entrepreneur Michal Šuliga and alleged Poprad mafia boss Milan Reichel talks in the video about Kiska and how he knew that plots in Veľký Slavkov, eastern Slovakia, which he bought about 20 years ago, had been stolen.

“It is a primitive video picturing two very bad and untrustworthy actors, who are being investigated by the police for various frauds,” Kiska wrote on Facebook. He added that he did not feel intimidated by this video.

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