Bratislava/Pezinok, November 27 (TASR) - Prosecutors of the Special Prosecutor's Office (USP) provided whistleblowers with protection in full accordance with the law, Special Prosecutor Daniel Lipsic said at a press briefing on Monday, in response to the criminal complaint filed by Interior Minister Matus Sutaj Estok (Voice-SD) over the
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Bratislava, November 15 (TASR) -Stefan Masin can return to work as a NAKA investigator, according to an injunction issued by the Bratislava City Court IV. TASR learnt the news from a post published by Masina's attorney Peter Kubina on a social network on Wednesday. "Today the Bratislava City Court IV
Bratislava, October 20 (TASR) - The Justice Ministry apologised to ex-interior minister and elected MP for Smer-SD Robert Kalinak for the unlawful conduct of a criminal prosecution and for custody, TASR was confirmed by Kalinak himself. It was Aktuality.sk website that broke the news first. "The apology on behalf
Bratislava, September 28 (TASR) - The police are investigating a nighttime incident in the Bratislava borough of Dubravka that ended with one fatality and four people injured, TASR learnt on Thursday. Several police officers and cars are still at the scene of the crime. Bratislava regional police spokesperson Michal Szeiff
Bratislava, September 25 (TASR) - The information from mobile phones, which the police seized in the past from financier Jaroslav Hascak, is being checked in criminal proceedings and operational checks, the police confirmed for TASR on Monday, adding that a criminal prosecution was also initiated for suspected fraud worth approximately
Bratislava, September 19 (TASR) - Overpriced defence technology for Military Intelligence caused losses worth at least €74 million between 2013-2020, Police Corps President Stefan Hamran told a press conference on Tuesday dedicated to the case involving the possible embezzlement of funds at Military Intelligence. The police chief announced that the
Bratislava, September 14 (TASR) - Former TV Markiza general director and ex-economy minister Pavol R. [name abbreviated due to legal reasons] has been acquitted of the attempted murder of former co-owner of the television channel Sylvia Klaus-Volzova, TASR learnt on Thursday. Bratislava I City Court also acquitted his three co-defendants.