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(From The Slovak Spectator)
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Alitnanska proposes the highest possible fine for Harabin: a one-year, 70-percent cut to his salary. She has also confirmed that the Ministry of Justice has received several proposals for disciplinary proceedings against Harabin and is reviewing all of them, the SITA newswire wrote.
Harabin has interpreted the proposal as an effort by Alitnanska to incite further conflict after "an investigator and special prosecutor had brushed the whole case aside".
"I'm curious whether Ms. Alitnanska and Mr. Miklos will resign after I'm acquitteda" Harabin said on November 18. "This is clearly a purposive proposal built on legal nonsense."
On November 24, the Supreme Court filed a criminal prosecution against Alitnanska over what it called suspicion of committing crimes of abuse of power, intervening in the independence of the courts, libel and unauthorised use of personal data, SITA reported.
The court asserts that Alitnanska committed these offences when she submitted and published the proposal …