Reuters BRATISLAVA (Reuters) — Tens of thousands of Slovaks rallied on Friday to direct a abdication of Prime Minister Robert Fico’s supervision following a murder of a publisher that has repelled a executive European republic and stoked annoy over sleaze in open life.
Investigative contributor Jan Kuciak, who was shot passed during home with his fiancee final month, had lonesome rascal cases involving politically connected businessmen. His final unprepared story looked during Italian businessmen with suspected mafia links handling in Slovakia.
One of a businessmen, who denies carrying ties to a Italian mafia, had exchange in a past with dual people who went on to work in Fico’s office. They have both quiescent though repudiate any tie with a murder.
Nobody has been charged with a murders.