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Slovenský premiér Dzurinda na návštěvě Masarykovy univerzity

On his first visit to the Masaryk University in Brno, visited on Monday, 22 November Slovak Prime Minister Mikulas Dzurinda. It happened at the invitation of the Student Section of the International Institute of Political Studies in Brno, the Dzurinda lunchtime, he also appeared in the Faculty of Social Studies (FSS).

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On his first visit to the Masaryk University in Brno, visited on Monday, 22 November Slovak Prime Minister Mikulas Dzurinda. It happened at the invitation of the Student Section of the International Institute of Political Studies in Brno, the Dzurinda lunchtime, he also appeared in the Faculty of Social Studies (FSS).

After the official meeting with the Dean of FSS Ladislav Rabušic Prime Minister went to the students and a brief introductory lecture, presented the activities of his cabinet since 1998. Hour followed by some discussion in which students are asked Prime Minister in particular charging higher studies in Slovak, but also transparency podnikání current government, Roma and European integration.

Dzurinda showed both excellent rhetorical form, as well as a sense of humor. From being a friendly right-wing economist, advocated primarily economical reforms of his reign (the flat tax, health care reform). On the issue of higher education is clearly expressed in its charging an average of 14 thousand Slovak crowns. Dzurinda believes that charging will lead to study the relationship of students improve their education. But naznal that if the study is to be charged, it is necessary to establish a functional system of drawing loans and scholarships. The exception should not even be that the state will be in the form of lower fees prosthetic students study less popular courses, such as at present eg. technical guidelines. When asked whether the introduction of tuition fees for citizens of the Czech Republic, Slovak students, when studying the Slovaks in the Czech Republic for free, said Dzurinda consent. It considers that the introduction of tuition fees in the Czech Republic is only a matter of time. Furthermore, the Prime Minister answered questions on the adoption of the European constitution (in parliament), the division of Czechoslovakia (to clear) or how it will spend Christmas (in the family circle).

After discussions with the students followed a press briefing and official dinner. In the afternoon we went back Dzurinda of Slovakia.

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