Oct. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Slovak Freedom and Solidarity Party leader Richard Sulik said he sees no compromise in sight to win his support for legislation that will allow for an overhaul of the euro-area’s bailout mechanism.
Sulik said his party may consider a proposal that would not block implementation of the European Financial Stabilization Facility and at the same time won’t cost the Slovak taxpayers any money.
Talks will continue with other Cabinet parties and his party known as SaS remains opposed to the EFSF law in its present form, Sulik told a news conference today in the capital Bratislava.
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