President Zuzana Caputova announced at the Presidential Palace on Friday that she'll question the amendment to the Penal Code at the Constitutional Court.
Majersky: Gaspar as SIS Head Yet Another Doubtful Nomination by This Government Bratislava, February 14 (TASR) - The nomination of current Justice Ministry State Secretary Pavol Gaspar for head of the Slovak Intelligence Service (SIS) is just another doubtful nomination by the current government, Christian Democrats (KDH) leader Milan Majersky
The Slovak Academy of Sciences (SAV) intends to transform its campus in Bratislava's Patronka locality, SAV chairman Pavol Sajgalik told a news conference on Tuesday, adding that it should bring space for work, relaxation or communication to scientists from various branches.
Bratislava February 13 (TASR/OTS) - The EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2020 finalist in Slovakia had to react to the geopolitical situation. Instead of expanding to Asia, he built a new business in Horné Saliby near Galanta. He successfully adapted the production program during the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, it
Bratislava, February 12 (TASR) - Ivan Korcok, who is running for president as a civil candidate, is in favour of a stronger European Union (EU) in foreign policy as he opines that a stronger EU in the world is also in Slovakia's interest. Presidential candidate and Parliamentary Chair Peter Pellegrini
Slovakia's chief hygienist Jan Mikas has told TASR that he won't oppose examination of the management of the coronavirus pandemic and that he provided full cooperation to the Prosecutor-General's (PG) Office, as well as the Supreme Audit Office (NKU) in this connection.
Bratislava, February 9 (TASR) - The proposed government amendment to the Whistleblowers Protection Act, is incompatible with European Union law, Whistleblowing International Network (WIN) executive director Anna Myers said at a press conference on Friday. According to her, the proposed changes are especially incompatible with the EU directive on whistleblowers.