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Bugar: Singing foreign anthems cannot be penalised

May 15th, 2019

The fact that singing of a foreign anthem in Slovakia can no longer be penalised is now unequivocally incorporated in the law, Most-Hid MP Tibor Bastrnak said after the Slovak parliament greenlighted on Wednesday an amendment proposal to the State Symbol Act in order to rectify the recently-approved legislation sponsored by its fellow coalition Slovak National Party (SNS). "If someone wants to sing an anthem of a foreign state, they can't be fined or prosecuted for that," Most-Hid leader Bela Bugar said. He added that the bill is now in President Andrej Kiska's hands and voiced hope that the issue will finally be done with.


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