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Media Independence at Risk as Slovak Cabinet Tightens Grip

Live Mint 21 Jun 2024
(Bloomberg) -- Lawmakers in Slovakia approved an overhaul of public media, effectively putting broadcasters under government control in a move criticized by the opposition and international organizations for undermining press independence.
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Hostile climate intensifies for Slovak press after PM Fico shooting

CPJ 12 Jun 2024
A 2023 by the Bratislava-based think tank Globsec found that only 37% of Slovaks trusted the media, compared to 53% in neighboring Czech Republic — reflecting an environment that has been toxic for many years.
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The Latest | Election shifts the European Parliament further right

Springfield News-Sun 10 Jun 2024
... of a new extremist party led by a social media influencer ... “Still the very biggest winner with five more seats!” he wrote on social media platform X.OPPOSITION PARTY CLAIMS VICTORY IN SLOVAKIA.
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Election shifts the European Parliament further right

Ekathimerini 10 Jun 2024
... significant gains amid the surprise appearance of a new extremist party led by a social media influencer ... “Still the very biggest winner with five more seats!” he wrote on social media platform X.
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Slovak PM Fico Discharged From Hospital

MENA FN 31 May 2024
(MENAFN - IANS) Bratislava, May 31 (IANS) Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico was released from hospital and taken to his apartment in Bratislava, the media reported.The F.D. Roosevelt Hospital in the ... .
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Slovak PM Fico released from hospital after shooting

Deutsche Welle 31 May 2024
Robert Fico was shot with four bullets in an assassination attempt in mid-May. Slovakian media has reported that the prime minister was flown out of the hospital to continue recovery at his home in Bratislava ... .
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Recovering Slovak PM moved to capital after shooting

RNZ 31 May 2024
He was transported from the city of Banska Bystrica to continue his recovery in the capital Bratislava, according to media reports ... It is not clear whether he has been discharged to his apartment in Bratislava or transferred to another hospital.
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Slovak PM Robert Fico released from hospital: Report

Deccan Herald 31 May 2024
<p>Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico was released from a hospital in the central city of Banska Bystrica, where he had been ...
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Slovak Prime Minister Fico released from hospital, media says

Straits Times 30 May 2024
... Bratislava on Thursday, Slovak media reported.
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Slovak prime minister Fico released from hospital after attempted assassination

The Irish Times 30 May 2024
... from a hospital in the central city of Banska Bystrica, where he had been recovering from an assassination attempt, and taken to his apartment in Bratislava on Thursday, Slovak media reported.
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FLASHBACK: How Soros's network exerts full influence on Slovak politics

Sott 22 May 2024
Through his confidants in key positions, the American stock exchange speculator keeps control over the (pseudo) civil society sector and the media ... publishing company by the Media Development ....
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China In Eurasia Briefing: Can The China-Russia Partnership Outlast Xi And Putin?

Radio Free Europe 22 May 2024
Matej Simalcik, the executive director of the Central European Institute of Asian Studies, a Bratislava-based think tank, looks at how some far-right media figures in Slovakia known for spreading ...
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Suspect in court as Putin’s friends capitalise on shooting of Slovakian PM Robert Fico

The Observer 19 May 2024
The media was barred from the hearing, and reporters were kept behind a gate by armed police officers wearing balaclavas ... They already started blaming the opposition and the media for it,” said Lenka Szabóová, a student in Bratislava.
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Slovak PM Robert Fico out of immediate danger four days after shooting, says deputy

The Observer 19 May 2024
Kaliňák said Fico would stay in the Banska Bystrica hospital for the time being, adding that his condition was still too serious to allow him to be transferred to a hospital in the capital, Bratislava.

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