Interior Minister Robert Kaliňák is again facing suspicions that he has been helping prosecuted businessman Ladislav Bašternák.
Parliamentary committee for incompatibility of functions scrutinises the trip of President Andrej Kiska to Poland in early March, in response to claims that he took his daughter Natália and other private individuals…
The OĽaNO-NOVA chair has already received fines for not halting his business licence; now he may become the first MP to lose his parliamentary seat.
Ethics watchdog Transparency International Slovensko wants to teach civil servants how to report corruption and improve the protection of whistleblowers.
The government proposal may be adopted on March 30.
The Slovak Chamber of Teachers calls for more activity on the occasion of Teachers’ Day that falls on March 28.
On March 25, Slovakia marked 75 years since the first transport of Jews to the Nazi concentration camp in Auschwitz.
The submitters point to the allegiance to neo-Nacism; but ĽSNS MP Milan Uhrík sees no reason for submitting the complaint.
Here is the overview of the hoaxes and fake news that appeared on the internet over the past week.
The MP and ĽSNS vice-chair claimed he wasn't able to evaluate the Jewish transports during WWII as he is not a historian.
During a day of commemorative events, Kiska reminded us that for evil to prevail it is enough that good people do nothing.
Former MP František Gaulieder, who once was illegally excluded from parliament by HZDS and its chairman, was killed by a train near the village of Trnovec nad Váhom (in Nitra Region) in the early hours of March 25.
Jana Dubovcová talks about her performance as ombudswoman, and the topics that remain for her successor.
The Slovak Spectator reviews some of the cases which Ombudswoman Jana Dubovcová has cited in her reports.
“I only kicked him in the head.”
One of the main characters in the movie Únos, about Slovak politicians and the mafia in the 90’s has a message for politicians.
The aim of the campaign is to point out the fast depletion of natural resources, climate change and pollution.
The mayor of a village lying close to Bratislava was charged with bribery after two specific cases of bribery.
The charges could still allow Bašternák to pay his tax debt and be acquitted.
The two main defendants, former SNS ministers, refused to plead guilty; but if a third defendant does so, they may end up with tougher sentences.