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1. Kovařík’s accusation fits into the war of institutions
When the arrests and prosecutions of judges, prosecutors, police officers and various trustees and oligarchs began last year after the elections, it was a good idea to add that whether this was a real change would only become apparent when the police went after someone, who is associated with the current government.
At large and in custody. Almost half a year ago, this happened when the police came to the then head of the SIS, Petr Pčolinský. And today we learned that the Bratislava Prosecutor’s Office accused Police President Petr Kovařík for abusing the powers of a public official in connection with the crime of obstructing justice. The accusation is related to the interrupted intervention of a special team of the police inspection, which wanted to detain the accused Matej Zeman and Petr Petrov. The police chief was heard as an accused, and he filed a complaint against the charges.
The possible accusation was written a month ago, when Kovařík’s decision caused the police to