Acting chairman of the Civic Democratic party Martin Kuba came in for the second day to give a statement to Organized Crime Unit of the police in connection the corruption case involving former prime minister’s chief-of-staff Jana Nagyová. Mr. Kuba was already questioned last week and told the investigators that he knows nothing about the alleged offers of lucrative positions in state-run companies that the police claim were made to three former Civic Democratic MPs in order to win their cooperation. He may also be questioned about the connections between his party and the lobbyist and entrepreneur Ivo Rittig.
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