Parliament’s Committee on Novaky power plant was a fiasco
Economy Minister Peter Ziga says that the opposition party SaS only wants to make the political capital out of this.
Parliament’s Committee for Economic Issues, which was supposed to debate on the alleged problems at the power plant in Novaky, has not eventually dealt with this topic. The chairwoman of the Committee, Jana Kissova (SaS), had to end the session as the committee failed to meet the quorum. Only opposition MPs participated, Economy Minister Peter Ziga and Environment Minister Laszlo Solymos, did not turn up. Ziga says that the opposition party SaS only wants to make the political capital out of this. Ziga says that the alleged illegal operation of the third block of the power plant in Novaky is not a topic for a debate.
Full story in Slovak: Parlamentný výbor o elektrárni v Novákoch skončil fiaskom
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