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Slovakia’s plan to scrap prosecutor’s office prompts rule-of-law concerns in Brussels

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Slovakia’s government has announced its intention to abolish the office of the prosecutor general, a move that has raised alarm among EU officials and civil society groups over the state of the rule of law in the country.

The new Prime Minister Robert Fico want to shut down the office that work to curb the corruption.

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