by Josephine Schmidt NOT EXACTLY SLOVAKIA’S WATERGATE On 5 May, the Separate Control Organ (OKO) – a supervisory body set up in November 1994 to oversee the Slovak Information Service (SIS) – presented a report in a closed session of parliament alleging that President Michal Kovac had used the SIS for his own purposes in […]

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