The killing of Jan Kuciak and his fiance sparked a political crisis that brought down the prime minister
Parliament in Strasbourg debated situation in the central European country.
Tens of thousands of Slovaks hit the streets to protest about alleged corruption, with some calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Robert Fico.
Protesters march in honour of killed journalist who investigated corruption.
The funeral has been held of Jan Kuciak. The investigative reporter was found shot dead at his home last weekend, along with his girlfriend.
As Slovaks protest over corruption and the murder of an investigative reporter, several key allies of Prime Minister Robert Fico have already resigned, including his culture minister.
Marek Madaric said the resignation was his personal decision, and not influenced by anyone else. He said as the culture minister he could not accept the fact that a journalist was killed during his tenure.
Slovakia's PM Robert Fico posed next to bundles of cash during a press conference that was broadcast live on Facebook on Tuesday.
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The four Visegrad countries have joined forces to campaign against “double standards” of food quality sold by multinational companies but the scandal could end up dividing them.
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