Nicolson has made a criminal complaint for fraudulent fraudulent protest


Nicolson is also chairman of SaS Richard Sulík.

21. November 2018 at 13:28 SITA

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Bratislava. Former chairman of the National Council of Slovak Republic and Lucia Ďuriš Nicholson challenged a group of opponents in relation to the information she was saying about prostitution.

Tell him in the middle of what was caused by suspicion of who disseminated these materials.

He sees politics on his & her; behind

The campaign would be a politician.

Freedom and Reduction (SaS) will take every step that can be done to clear the name of its claim.

"The campaign is spreading to my person, and the document that was circulated was created since I was living in Canada and put my case on prostitution and similar issues, and I made a criminal complaint and sent a message to the Canadian party, "she said. Ďuriš Nicholsonová.

According to her, she recognizes that such issues can be obtained at a variety of associate offers, but it was surprising that the members of the SR National Council are responsible.

"I would never say that this fool is coming to the floor of the Parliament, and I know that some of my colleagues are sitting in the hall, but the Marcek's nominee (Peter Marcek, unnamed, SITA) is dying my name and I can take an appropriate action, "she said.

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Ďuriš Nicholson already thinks about Canada's police, which is a clear idea to talk about fictional documents.

Ottawa's police in the opinion given by SITA to the state of the SaS is that it does not; confirm or discourage the investigation of people if they are not on the complaint.

However, there is a suspicion that the document was broken by using the old police form.

"Our quick review of things that recommends that the document is fake," said the Canadian police.

For Durish Nicolson, chairman of SaS Richard Sulik also said that the party would take all steps to clear its name.

"We will do what we are capable of cleaning our reputation and we will delete these devices," said Sulik.

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