The oldest and largest university in Slovakia will have a new weekly rector. In the election of the University of Comenius, two candidates – accredited physicist Jozef Masarik and lawyer Marek Cicecek, who also works in the Justice Ministry, occupies the post after Karol Michie.
They also answered questions about the secrecy of the rigorous work of Parliament Speaker Andrej Danka (CIS). The confidentiality of the job was requested by CIS President and Matej Bel University in Banska Bystrica
About the secrecy
"Such behavior is unacceptable," Rector's candidates agreed. One of the forms is legal, the other morally, physicist Jozef Masarik began to point out the moral dimension, which in his opinion affects the atmosphere at work – some have more problems, and some have problems. "Classification of work is completely unacceptable from a moral point of view and I would do all the steps to not repeat," said Masarik, dean of the Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Physics.
They only worked with the results that were part of the patent procedures. But confidentiality lasted only for a certain period of time – up to two years. For eight years, the dean has signed two consents not to publish the paper.
Marek Counter He is a law professor at Comenius University and a Vice-rector for Legislation. He works at the Department of Civil Law, as well as the Department of Economic and Commercial Law as Head of Department.
Since 2012, she has been working in the Ministry of Justice, where she headed the Civil Rights Reduction Department.
Jozef Masarik is one of the most respected Slovak scientists. Dean is a professor at the Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Computing at Comenius University. Participates in cosmic research, lectures at foreign universities, regularly performs in the media.
Earlier last year, his name was published after the signing of a statement on migrants who spread a look at sites for conspiracies.
The same opinion is held by the lawyer Čliček. "Not all lawyers are the way you portray us. I know a lot of normal, honest, ethical and moral
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