Prosecutor general no longer considers filing proposal for ĽSNS dissolution

The far-right party is not a real threat today, the Prosecutor General’s Office claims.

Prosecutor General Maroš Žilinka.Prosecutor General Maroš Žilinka. (Source: TASR)

Prosecutor General Maroš Žilinka will not submit a proposal to dissolve the People’s Party Our Slovakia, an extremist political party better known as the ĽSNS, to the court because it is not a threat to democracy.

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The prosecutor general is the only authority that can file such a proposal to the court.

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