The raid was linked to the residential complex Bonaparte, where PM Fico also rents a flat.
Former Constitutional Court judges, constitutional lawyers and academics say parliament should pass a constitutional law to abolish Mečiar’s amnesties.
Unlike incumbent public officials, the former prime minister returned an award she received from an NGO that made a provoking declaration on migration and migrants.
As the right to a defence of the Paška brothers – relatives of the former speaker of parliament for Smer – was allegedly violated, the criminal case goes back to district prosecutor.
Slovakia should focus on the exercise of power rather than changing laws says report.
The businessman involved in scandals concerning potential VAT fraud, who has close ties to top Slovak politicians, is being checked by the Prosecutor’s Office.
Renowned heart surgeon Viliam Fischer who was handed a suspended sentence, a fine and a work ban for accepting a bribe will be allowed to practice again.
The audit is designed to determine whether anti-corruption legislation is effective and standard, and whether it could pose an obstacle to economic growth.
The case that cost the then-agriculture minister his post and helped topple the coalition cabinet of Smer, HZDS and SNS, saw the final verdict – but the defendant will not go to prison.
Kaliňák says his words were taken out of context, but that Slovakia has improved regarding corruption in recent years.
Transparency International Slovensko accuses the ministry of “arrogant tactics of violating the law”.
The constructor of the Bonaparte residential complex faces suspicions of not paying taxes.
The investigators have not found any machinations in the competition won by the company owned by shell firms.
MPs reviewing the case requested documents concerning how Evka was selected and who its competitors were. They were left disappointed.
Investigator Marek Gajdoš, who retires disappointed with the conditions and approach of Slovak police, made a move on his last day in office.
Leader of the opposition OľaNO-NOVA movement was charged with libel, as he accused Prime Minister Robert Fico of having a secret account in Belize but the charge has been dropped.
The recent scandal surrounding the events organised by the Foreign Ministry and connected with the Slovak presidency of the Council of European Union gets ever more and more protracted and unclear, with FAM…
Today, Slovaks have a lot more power than they had at any other point in history. Perhaps the time has come to look at corruption differently and stop seeing it as something we are passive victims of?
Media professionals condemn prime minister’s statements.