Matovič figyelmezteti a polgármestereket, akár büntetést is kaphatnak, ha nem tartják tiszteletben a kormány döntését

Matovi warns mayors that they may be punished if they do not respect the government’s decision

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In recent days, several mayors, including udvardi (Érsekújvár district), have indicated that they have had enough tests. In the middle of the week, the village chief, Branislav Pisik, said They will stop checking and the municipality will now deal with the matter.

a The Union of Slovak Cities (MS) also invited the Minister of Health, Marek KarrageriTo ensure that special mobile sampling points are established by Friday evening at the latest, and to issue a new call for establishing mobile sampling points. Municipalities argue that the authority of mayors and health workers is running out of power.

Meanwhile in Udvard, the situation appears to have been resolved, as the village announced on its Facebook page on Thursday that a mobile sampling site would be set up at the local House of Culture, as there would be a permanent opportunity for testing Monday through Sunday. The sampling site is operated by the healthcare company SWOT sro.

Igor Matovic warned mayors in the TA3 parade on Sunday if they do not respect the government’s decision and may face punishment.

“Caution, the law is right. If the mayor does not want to implement government decisions, he risks committing a crime.

Regarding the mayor of Udvard, the PM indicated that his position may be related to the fact that he is the son of the former HZDS Minister.

(Diaries/ For)

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