Matovič rains on Pellegrini’s final parade: All we found was empty shelves.
The government keeps tightening measures. But it is not all about the corona in Slovakia these days.
The first week of March left people in Slovakia wondering what they should worry about more.
The composition of the next parliament still raises more questions than answers the day after election weekend.
Parliament has provided enough material for a political comedy movie once the Slovak movie directors get tired of thrillers and dramas based on current events.
SNS and Smer are ready to spend a lot of money to save their numbers ahead of the election.
Polls have brought more questions than answers so far. Soon they will be silenced.
Despite not having a proper election programme, Matovič still manages to make Slovakia speechless.
A well-performing minister resigned due to an alcohol-induced incident, while Andrej Danko offended the president from his top parliamentary seat.
The first week of the Kuciak murder trial saw key witnesses take the stand while polls do not rule out a far-right victory in February.
Kuciak murder trial and hauliers’ strike will impact elections.
Last week started in Pezinok and ended in Iraq.
50-day moratorium suspended and gas crisis looming.
It’s less than three months before the general election and the chairmen of two major parties are facing criminal prosecution.
Počiatek on the record, no to the Istanbul Convention and candidate lists submitted.
Super-long moratorium on polls gets another green light from the ad hoc coalition of Smer, SNS and ĽSNS. Here is what happened in Slovakia over the past seven days.
Mid-November brought a joyful anniversary and more talk about cooperation.
Last week brought a resignation and a half-hearted opposition deal.
Particularly for a former general prosecutor.
Slovak politicians trick-or-treat at scandal’s door.