Heating companies given distraint immunity
Slovak MPs have not accepted objections filed by Slovak President Andrej Kiska to the amendment to the Act on Thermal Energy.
The Slovak National Council has not accepted objections filed by Slovak President Andrej Kiska in regard to to the amendment to the Act on Thermal Energy. Slovak MPs have overturned President’s veto and reapproved the amendment to the law which introduces absolute immunity for the state-owned heating plants. Under the amendment, distraint immunity should apply to the immovable property, cash, receivables and financial instruments owned by holders of such permission, as well as their other property serving for the heat production and distribution.
Full story in Slovak: Teplárne s exekučnou imunitou. Prezidentské veto prelomené.
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Engineering manager of the Mochovce project Slavomir Vinkovic says that the completion of the third and fourth nuclear unit in Mochovce have encountered ordinary problems that may occur anywhere in the world.
The Nuclear Regulatory Authority of the Slovak Republic is reassuring that new nuclear units will not be launched unless all requirements for nuclear safety are met.