Slota gets round of applause for being ‘pragmatic’

Slovak Parliament

A big round of applause went to chairman of nationalist party SNS, Jan Slota, when at the parliamentary session today, 6 August, he got straight to the point by proposing that lawmakers should cut the session short as they were all just wasting time.

He justified this by saying “We all know that as long as you have a majority, you will have your manifesto approved, and we are all just making small talk here”. He called on everyone to be “pragmatic’ and to let the manifesto be passed so they could all go home.

In a semi-cynical reply, Parliamentary Vice-chairman Bela Bugar (Most-Hid) said he was not in a position to respond, but that he agreed.

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