Slovakia

Slovakia

Introduction


Slovak is a western Slavic language, very closely related to Czech and relatively close to Polish and the languages of the former Yugoslavia. Nationalities: 85% Slovak (western Slavic in origin), 10% Hungarian, 3% Roma. Significant smaller nationalities include Czechs, Ruthenians, Ukranians, Germans and Poles.
Religions: 63% Roman Catholic, 9% Protestant, 4% Greek Catholic, 2% other churches. Type of government: republic, with parliamentary democracy.
Head of government: Prime Minister, generally the leader of the largest party in parliament, this post holds most real executive authority.
Legislative body: National Council, a one-house parliament elected at least once every four years.
Head of state: President, elected once every five years, largely ceremonial.


 


Species list : Red deer, Roe deer, Fallow deer, Sika Dybowski, Japanese Sika, wild duck, wild boar,  mouflon, bear, wild boar, wolf, fox, hare, badger and fly fishing. 


 


Deer Hunting Season: 15 May – 15 February


 

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