Robert Fico, head of the strongest party in the Smer-SD government, wants people to point two percent of their taxes to their parents, for example.
He said this in an October interview for Czech weekly Echo. This step should contribute to greater transparency in the financing of non-governmental organizations.
"Then you will see the support and confidence that have those who do not have their benefit, who will really be willing to contribute their." I'm telling Echo. He also stressed that on the political scene "definitely does not end" and wants to win another election.
The former prime minister also spoke about the European Union in the interview. He reiterated that Slovakia wants to be the nucleus of its hard core, but it has red lines that do not go further. One of them, for example, is the Treasury department for the eurozone.