Government Defers 33 Agenda Points To October

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Yesterday the government came under a fire of criticism after it deferred 33 points of the parliamentary agenda until October.

The move, which many believe is the coalition’s way of avoiding further conflicts in these troubled times, has infuriated opposition leader Robert Fico, who announced that his Smer-SD party would be contesting the decision. They used the argument that only the person submitting a proposal can withdraw it again, but KDH MP Julius Brocka pointed out that the points have not been withdrawn, only deferred until next month.

The various motions that have been postponed include the appointment of Kamil Krnac as head of National Security Bureau (NBU) and the revocation of the Meciar Amnesties.

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