Report on the Activities of the Public Defender of Rights of Slovakia for 2019
Pursuant to Act No. 564/2001 Coll. on the public defender of rights, as amended, the public defender of rights is required to submit an annual report on their activities to the National Council of the Slovak Republic in the first quarter of each year. The report includes information on how the public authorities observe the fundamental rights, along with the public defender of rights’ proposals and recommendations to remedy any identified shortcomings.
Archive of reports on the activities of the public defender of rights of Slovakia
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