All posts tagged Slovakia

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February 8, 2015, by The Slovak Spectator

Slovakia’s February 7 referendum on family may be invalid as just 21.3 per cent of eligible voters cast their ballot, suggest the unofficial results released by the Statistics Office, after the votes […]

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Slovakia plans new law to make it easier to monitor foreigners

February 5, 2015, by The Slovak Spectator

Slovakian prime minister Robert Fico’s government has plans for a new law that would make it easier to monitor foreigners living in Slovakia. The pr ...

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2014 in CEE: From Sochi to MH17 to South Stream

December 30, 2014, by The Sofia Globe staff

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Czech Republic: Festival of Freedom marks the Velvet Revolution

November 11, 2014, by Raymond Johnston of The Prague Post

Numerous events are planned in the Czech Republic to celebrate 25 years since the Velvet Revolution. Some 16 civic groups and organisations are joinin ...

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    Slovakia: November 17 1989 hailed in art, culture
    November 11, 2014, by The Slovak Spectator

    November 17 is a vital date in Slovak history, as on this day in 1989, the fall of communism started and the “long and winding road” to a democratic and […]

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    Slovakia faces gas supplies halved
    October 3, 2014, by Beata Balogova and Jana Liptokova of The Slovak Spectator

    A fifty per cent drop in Russian natural gas deliveries on October 1 put the Slovakian government on alert with Prime Minister Robert Fico comforting Slovak households and the corporate sector […]

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    European elections 2014: Slovakia – apathy wins?
    May 15, 2014, by The Sofia Globe staff

    In the 2009 European Parliament elections, Slovakia – then in its fifth year as an EU member – set a record for low turnout in an election of members of […]