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I agree with Bad Bishop answer (and some comments) that the money in the table produces more impact that just the number being mentioned or published, but I would want to add about the detail that it was the PM himself (Mr. Fico) the one to announce the reward. Mr. Fico did came until a lot of heat due to alleged links to corruption cases in Slovakia, with ...


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Is it common between the European countries to have national bird officially stated? France has no official national bird. The Gallic rooster has been used to represent France for a very long time but has no official status. From Wikipedia, The Gallic rooster (...) is an unofficial national symbol of France (...). The rooster is also the symbol of the ...


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The president in Slovakia has mostly a representational function, similar to Czechia and other countries with a parliamentary political system. Some of the basic powers and limitations: They cannot propose any laws They can veto laws proposed by the parliament, but the parliament can overvote the president and accept the laws as proposed They must accept ...


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This role is very similar to that of the British constitutional monarch (and is modeled on that role to a great extent). This is admittedly weak on what makes Slovakia distinctive, but fleshes out a lot of semantic dribble of formalism in a more concrete way with examples and explanation that is shared by all Presidents of this type of which there are dozens ...


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