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Fico frowns on president's private flights

December 6th, 2017

There is no Slovak law that would allow a constitutional official to use the government's aircraft for private purposes free-of-charge, Prime Minister Robert Fico said after a government session on Wednesday. Fico responded this way to a call by the opposition Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) leader Richard Sulik, who urged Fico to apologise to President Andrej Kiska. According to the liberals, Fico and Interior Minister Robert Kalinak are attacking the head of state with fabricated accusations of misusing the government's aircraft for private trips, which SaS perceives as "primitive and undignified slander" detrimental to the very foundations of the state.


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