11. 02. 2019 14:43
The local prosecutor's office in Bratislava refused an anonymous criminal complaint for a state coup and corruption against the organizers of the protests For a decent Slovakia, the TASR press agency wrote on Sunday. The criminal complaint was filed in October 2018 and it also included suspicions that the organizers were paid by financier George Soros. The National Criminal Agency (or NAKA) started hearings of the organizers, however, they were stopped and NAKA's chair Peter Hraško lost his job because he did not accurately inform his superior, the President of the Police Corps Milan Lučanský on this matter. The prosecutor's office have not found any suspicions of criminal actions.
The For a decent Slovakia protestsstarted in reaction to the murder of investigative journalist Ján Kuciak and his fianceé Martina Kušnírová, who were killed in February 2018.