There is no option that speaks well of Matovič’s character

In 2020, plagiarism is a bigger deal than it ever was, because ideas are worth more than money.

Smer MP Juraj Blanár (l) speaking to the assembly hall. PM Igor Matovič in the background.Smer MP Juraj Blanár (l) speaking to the assembly hall. PM Igor Matovič in the background. (Source: TASR)

I am losing track of Igor Matovič’s story on how he produced his thesis. By the time you read this, he will have likely added some new twist to a plot that already includes a rotating cast of characters and an exotic foreign setting (If only he showed this much creativity writing that thesis in the first place.).

There are only three possible explanations for how a plagiarised thesis with Matovič’s name on it ends up submitted. None speak well of his character.

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