Presentation of the book Kidnapping. The Black Hole of Democracy

The bookstore Artforum in Bratislava was a place where new IVO publication Kidnapping. The Black Hole of Democracy from the journalist Ľuba Lesná was introduced. In the latest publication, Ľuba Lesná collected less-known facts, the results of her investigative work and testimony to the kidnapping case of Michal Kováč Jr. On September 12, 2017, a discussion was held on the occasion of the presentation of the book in Artforum. IVO President Grigorij Mesežnikov, former case investigator Peter Vačok and the author of the book Ľuba Lesná discussed about the kidnapping itself, its investigations, the amnesties and their abolition and the socio-political contexts. The event was moderated by Marián Balász.


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The publication was supported by Bratislava Self-Governing Region.    


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