16 April 2002 BRATISLAVA, 15 April (SME)–Being in opposition seems to be the only position that benefits Slovakia’s leftist parties. It is worse for them if they, by criticizing the status quo, win so much support that they gain entry not only into the parliament but also into the government. Jan Luptak and his ultra-left […]

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