Memorial place where Róbert Remiáš died after the explosion of the car in which he was sitting.
The case of the murders of Ján Kuciak and Martina Kušnírová gives us hope that even the seemingly hopeless cases where the public is skeptical that the perpetrators will be punished at all may develop completely differently. In response to the 24th anniversary of the assassination of Róbert Remiáš, Gábor Grendel, Vice-President of Parliament (OĽaNO), told TASR.
He therefore hopes that one day the public will learn the whole truth about Remiášová
murder. “Until that time comes, it is our moral duty to enjoy today
day to remind even the perpetrators who are hiding somewhere today
in the comfort of their sense of impunity, they knew we would not forget it, we would not
satisfied and we will not be silent until this tragedy is just
will not investigate, “Grendel told TASR.
Parliament Speaker Boris Kollár (We Are Family) considers the abolition
Mečiar's amnesties from April 2017 for satisfaction. She's worried about after
this guilt will be remedied in so many years. He regrets that in the negotiations
on the abolition of amnesties in parliament Smer did not want to get rid of Marian's amnesties
Parliament Speaker Juraj Šeliga (For the People) regretted
murder, Mečiar's amnesties are, according to him, one of the biggest spots
in the modern history of the Slovak Republic. “This parliament is under great public pressure
accepted the abolition of Mečiar's amnesties. Now it's up to us all
the public to ensure that the courts bring the perpetrators to justice
justice. Meciar's amnesties were a gross and brutal abuse of power,
which must never be repeated, “said Šeliga on Wednesday
According to the Speaker of the Parliament, the cancellation of Mečiar's amnesties was
Anna Zeman's SaS Club as the first step in solving this murder. “We believe,
that a change in the situation in the judiciary and the subsequent release of the hands of the investigators
can help investigate, “Zeman reminded TASR.
Direction MP Richard Rashi thinks every crime should be
investigated and the perpetrators of every crime justly punished. “Even
thanks to the votes of Smer, Mečiar's amnesty was canceled and I believe that despite
over the years, this fact will also be clarified, “he stated for
Member of Parliament and former Minister of the Interior Denisa Saková (Smer) for TASR
stated that Smer was the initiator of the abolition of Mečiar's amnesties. “I wish
that every single murder, regardless of its background, be proper
investigated and the perpetrators justly convicted, “said Saková.
Exactly 24 years ago (April 29, 1996), they were murdered at the age of 25
Robert Remiah. His assassination was by police, according to a Presidium spokeswoman
She is still investigating the Denisa Bárdyová Police Force of the Slovak Republic.
Remias died on April 29, 1996 in the explosion of his car. Former
the policeman served as a liaison between witnessing the abduction of Michal Kováč Jr.
Oskar Fegyveres and former journalist Peter Tóth.