Fixing the Meciar legacy: Bad workmen blaming their tools

October 2000
Slovak Spectator;10/30/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 41, p4
Editorial. Criticizes the decision of the Slovak government to recall Supreme Court Chief Justice Stefan Harabin, who was appointed during the term of former President Vladimir Meciar. Constitutional basis for Harabin's appointment; Political aspects of the recall; Allegations of corrupt practices against Harabin; Details on the proposal to cancel the amnesties issued by Meciar in 1998.


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