6 May 2002 An opinion piece by Eva Cobejova Although there are about 300,000 Roma living in Slovakia, Romani political representatives in this country are unlikely to appear on Slovak political parties’ candidate lists. The absence of a Roma leader can paradoxically be used by the current prime minister, Mikulas Dzurinda, argues journalist Eva Cobejova. […]

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