The wrangling over rights for Slovakia's ethnic Hungarian minority did not end with the long-awaited signing of a treaty with Hungary. Most Slovak politicians view the agreement as a positive step, but a dispute is brewing as the Slovak National Party refuses to support the treaty's ratification

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