Opposition MPs want to summon an extraordinary session of the Parliament to tackle the 64-million euro remuneration for the won dispute over the hydropower plant Gabcikovo.
The parliamentary opposition will not initiate an extraordinary session of the Parliament, where they wanted to oust Economy Minister of Peter Ziga for the 64-million euro remuneration for a law office for the international arbitration over the hydropower plant Gabcikovo. Jozef Viskupic, MP for the OLaNO movement, said the opposition is still collecting signatures but only to convene an extraordinary parliamentary session during which they want to deal with the remuneration for the arbitration concerning Gabcikovo. „We do not want to devalue the institute of a vote of no-confidence against a Cabinet member,“ Viskupic said. He added that the opposition would only attempt to oust the minister if the ruling coalition blocks the special session on the Gabcikovo case by disapproving its agenda.
Full story in Slovak: Žiga zatiaľ nebude v parlamente čeliť odvolávaniu