Slovak governor due to appear in court in July

Peter Kazimir
Peter Kažimir
Andrej Klizan

Slovakia’s central bank governor will face a higher court in July over charges he was involved in bribery while he was the country’s finance minister.

Peter Kažimir was convicted of bribery charges by a lower court in April, and sentenced to either two years imprisonment or forced to pay a €100,000 ($111,000) fine. Kažimir has repeatedly denied committing any crimes, saying the charge that he had bribed anyone was an “absolute lie”.

Slovakia’s constitutional court decided the central bank

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