The inspection of the Public Procurement Office has not revealed any flaws, despite the criticism of former ministry employees.
“You are asking this question based on what some 10,000 people demand, but what about the 350,000 people who gave him their preferential votes?”
If politicians care about the future of the country, they need to offer young protesters with specific demands more than the just same old vague assurances.
The secondary school students wanted to point to no solutions to big cases; they call for the dismissal of several representatives responsible for solving the corruption scandals.
The protest march is also supported by President Andrej Kiska.
The Constitutional Court has supported two of its judges who were connected in the past with the HZDS party and its chairman, Vladimír Mečiar, on the fate of whose amnesties they should decide - decided another…
Even the scandal surrounding underage clients of the resocialisation centre did not prompt the ruling coalition MPs to vote to recall the Labour Minister.
Nearly 7,000 people plan to attend the march, refusing help from politicians.
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.
The case goes back to 2012 when the businessman asked for excessive VAT refunds.
The disciplinary proceeding against former justice minister, ex-chair of the Supreme Court (SC) and Jusicial Council, Štefan Harabin, ended with an acquittal.
Former senior police officer points at suspicious actions of the police during raids of firms belonging to businessman Ladislav Bašternák who rose to fame because of his high-profile political connections.
There is corruption in the highest places after all, general prosecutor admits.
Foreign Minister Miroslav Lajčák reacted to most recent accusation by a former ministry employee, retorting that nobody wittingly made a slip in conenction with the Slovak EU presidency.
The former head of the Operation Centre of the Medical rescue Service in Bratislava, Ľubomír Kočiš, was sentenced for allocating extra bonuses to his subordinates and then requiring part of the sum back.
Out of these 357 were connected to corruption.
It will unveil details on Wednesday, March 15.