Not our problem, say police, who blame ‘cultural specifics’ and ‘habits’ of foreigners.
“I have not studied it, but I think if you did not pay invoices (in the past) society expelled you.”
President Andrej Kiska returns two amendments about regional elections for re-negotiations, informed the SME daily.
Video speculates about what would have happened if Slovaks had stood up against Adolf Hitler.
An overview of hoaxes that have appeared in the past few weeks
Had the general election taken place in mid-February, the opposition Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) would place second, and the now extra-parliamentary KDH would get nine seats.
The people who murdered a bachelor in order to acquire his family house got their extraordinary sentences – for 25 years – confirmed by the Supreme Court. Included in the confirmation is a woman who was involved in…
New law ambiguous as to who is eligible for their children to go into day care centres, whether private or public.
The action plans approved by government for 2016-2018 aim for better financial literacy, Roma children studying at common elementary schools and also fewer long-term unemployed.
Although President Andrej Kiska repeatedly refused to ink the amendment to the law on religious freedom and the status of religious communities, it will become valid as of March 1.
Some observers believe the video might lead to increasing security risks for Slovakia.
Any changes should be discussed by experts in advance, the ministry says.
Several flaws have arisen from the agreement signed with the energy regulator.
The Interior Ministry allocated €10 million for the project.
The number of respondents willing to replace democracy is lower than last November.
The recently passed law, clamping down on puppy farms will have serious consequences for honest dog breeders and state employees.
Former head of the Slovak National Party (SNS), gets a stricter although still conditional sentence, for drunk driving from the appellate court.
Behind his decision is disagreement with the stances of party chair Richard Sulík.
The presidency will also be scrutinised by state auditors.
Seventeen councillors do not agree with total prohibition of gambling in the capital, they want to continue in its strict regulation.