In accordance with the Act no. 307/2014a natural person, a notifier, can file an initiative to examine and clarify any kind of severe anti-social activities in Military Forests and Estates of the Slovak Republic, SOE. The initiative can be filed anonymously.
The initiative is any kind of knowledge, which the natural person has become aware of during the exercise of their employment, profession, position or function and it may significantly contribute to the clarification of the severe anti-social activities or may lead to the identification and conviction of the perpetrators of such anti-social activities.
Severe anti-social activities are:
The liable body to address the initiatives to, is a central body of state administration, The Ministry of Defence of the Slovak Republic – Section of Inspection at the Ministry of Defence of the Slovak Republic.
How to file an initiative:
The initiator of the report shall be notified about the inspection results within the 10 days from the actual inspection. The designated person is obliged to record the report and examine it within the next 90 days from the day of filing the report. With exceptional cases, the inspection period may be extended for another 30 days.
The reports concerning the anti-social activities must be deliberately distinguished from other complaints concerning the activities of employees and statutory representatives of MFE SR, SOE.
Z času na čas zíďte z vyšliapaného chodníka a straťte sa v lese. Môžete si byť istí, že nájdete čosi, čo ste predtým nikdy nevideli.
/ Alexander Graham Bell /
The state-owned enterprise (SOE) with the seat in Pliešovce was founded after the splitting of Czechoslovakia in 1993. The company was established to saturate the needs for the effective and ecological forest and farmland management on the military training areas of Slovakia. The company manages the area of 65 431 ha of forest land with an annual timber extraction of about 300,000 m3. State-owned enterprise (SOE) consists of Directorate General and three branch offices based in Malacky, Kezmarok and Kamenica nad Cirochou.
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