SUMMARY - Monday, February 12, 2024 - 1 p.m.

12. februára 2024 13:02
Bratislava, February 12 (TASR) - Parliament on Monday morning failed to meet the quorum required to initiate a special session with the opposition's no-confidence motion in Culture Minister Martina Simkovicova (an SNS nominee) on the agenda, with only 47 MPs registering themselves in the chamber. https://etasr.sk/article/20378640 Bratislava, February 12 (TASR) - Hotels and similar facilities in Slovakia accommodated as many as 5.7 million guests in 2023, the second highest figure in the past 23 years, the Statistics Office has reported. https://etasr.sk/article/20378721 Bratislava, February 12 (TASR) - A second attempt to initiate a special House session with the opposition's no-confidence motion in Culture Minister Martina Simkovicova (an SNS nominee) on the agenda failed on Monday morning, with MPs failing to meet the quorum once again. https://etasr.sk/article/20378758 Bratislava, February 12 (TASR) - DELL Technologies general manager Martin Mastalir has become the new head of the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham Slovakia), TASR learnt on Monday. https://etasr.sk/article/20378788 Bratislava, October 12 (TASR) - The fact that Parliament was inquorate twice in a row on Monday morning when it came to a special session aimed at ousting Culture Minister Martina Simkovicova (a Slovak National Party/SNS nominee) says a lot about the governing coalition and its new political culture, said head of the Christian Democratic Movement (KDH) caucus Martina Holeckova on the same day. https://etasr.sk/article/20378933 Bratislava, February 12 (TASR) - Coalition lawmaker Marian Salon (Smer-SD) expects the motion to oust Culture Minister Martina Simkovicova (SNS nominee) to be included as a regular item on the agenda of the next session, while pointing out that the Culture minister enjoys the confidence of the entire coalition, TASR learnt on Monday after the motion for a no-confidence vote in Simkovicova wasn't addressed due to the lack of a quorum. https://etasr.sk/article/20378977 Bratislava, February 12 (TASR) - The European Commission has addressed a total of two letters to Slovakia in which it warned the government that the country might lose money sourced from the EU, as the recent approval of an amendment to the Penal Code was contrary to EU law, representatives of the opposition Progressive Slovakia (PS) claimed on Monday. https://etasr.sk/article/20379032 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 obchod@tasr.sk. zel
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