Fico: KDH acting like Taliban

October 2001
Slovak Spectator;10/29/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 41, p2
Reports on the move of the Slovak non-parliamentary Smer party chairman Robert Fico to compare the coalition Christian Democratic Party with the Taliban government of Afghanistan. Reason for the comparison; Plan of the Smer party following the 2002 elections.


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