Slovak court hears new evidence in Babiš case

Slovak prosecutors in the case of Czech Finance Minister Andrej Babiš have presented the court with documents indicating that in the 1980s Babiš may have informed on some of his colleagues in the company Petrimex. However the documents in question were administered by the former stb officer Andrej Kulha who told the court earlier that Babiš had not knowingly collaborated with the former communist police. Andrej Babiš, who took the issue to court asking he be struck off the list of stb agents, claims that while as an exporter he could not avoid questioning by the stb he had never betrayed anyone or knowingly informed on them. The case has been adjourned until April 14.