SUMMARY - Tuesday, November 21, 2023 - 5 p.m.

21. novembra 2023 17:00
Bratislava, November 21 (TASR) - Prime Minister Robert Fico (Smer-SD) intends to pass necessary changes by the end of the year and start 2024 with an approved state budget and other goals from the government manifesto, TASR learnt from his post on a social network on Tuesday. Bratislava, November 21 (TASR) - The passing of the government manifesto is the first step towards building a strong and socially just state, House Chair Peter Pellegrini (Voice-SD) declared after Parliament approved the government manifesto and granted confidence to the new government of Robert Fico (Smer-SD) on Tuesday. Bratislava, November 21 (TASR) - I believe that the government will last four years, head of the Slovak National Party (SNS) and Parliamentary Vice-Chair Andrej Danko said after Parliament expressed confidence in the new government and approved its Manifesto. Bratislava, November 21 (TASR) - Progressive Slovakia (PS) voted against granting confidence to the government of Robert Fico (Smer-SD) due to a history of bad experience with his previous cabinets, vague goals in the government manifesto and the current steps being taken by the government, Tereza Mikacova of PS's press department told TASR on Tuesday. Bratislava, November 21 (TASR) - The government manifesto approved by Parliament on Tuesday is vague and lacks ambition and specific measurable goals and indicators, declared Christian Democrats (KDH) chair Milan Majersky on Tuesday. Bratislava, November 21 (TASR) - The approved government manifesto is bad news for Slovak citizens: it will bring people and companies higher taxes and a resulting slowdown in GDP growth, stated MPs for the opposition Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) party following the manifesto's approval by Parliament on Tuesday. Bratislava, November 21 (TASR) - The government manifesto is a manifesto of hypocrisy and fraud on the citizens of the Slovak Republic, said For the People leader Veronika Remisova following the manifesto's approval in Parliament on Tuesday. Bratislava, November 21 (TASR) - The Health Ministry will scrap a directive that was supposed to simplify the process of sex changes for transgender people at the request of a coalition partner - the Slovak National Party (SNS), TASR learnt from the ministry's press department on Tuesday. Bratislava, November 21 (TASR) - By introducing thirteenth pensions, Labour Minister Erik Tomas (Voice-SD) obviously wants to provide a campaign present to his party leader Peter Pellegrini for next year's presidential election, said parliamentary human rights committee head Lucia Plavakova (Progressive Slovakia/PS) on Tuesday. Bratislava, November 21 (TASR) - President Zuzana Caputova is set to attend the summit of the V4 (Visegrad Four: the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia) heads of state that is to take place at Prague Castle on Wednesday (November 22), TASR was told by Caputova's spokesman Martin Strizinec on Tuesday. Notice: If you click on the link or copy it into the search window, the browser will display the full text of the message in the new e-TASR client zone. If you have any questions, please contact am
Všetko o agentúre
Spravodajský servis
Mobilné aplikácie
PR servis OTS
Archív a databázy
Zóna verejného záujmu