Sabaka made an offer to Mazurek: Hospital Support – Home – News

At the end of the year, the district court in Kežmarok sentenced MP Milan Mazurek (unknown) to pay 20,000 euros to doctor Peter Sabak as compensation for defamation.

This concerned one of the videos in which Mazurek criticized the doctor in connection with the pandemic. Mazurek also commented on the court’s decision, saying that the judge was ruining the amount of the fine and depriving him of his income.

Sabaka offers the deputy another solution. “Therefore, I hereby publicly propose to the deputy Bc. Mazurek to voluntarily donate EUR 20,000 to any hospital in Slovakia that treats patients with COVID-19. In the event that Mr. Bc. Mazurek will do, I publicly promise that I will not collect the money that the court granted me from him, “the doctor wrote on the social network.

He writes that he understands complaints that this is a large sum. Therefore, Mazurek can repay 20 thousand in ten installments. “The amount of a Member’s salary, together with flat-rate compensation, is almost EUR 5000, and therefore I think that the donation of a gift distributed in such reasonable installments will not endanger the social standard of the Member of Parliament, Bc. Mazureka. Again, I publicly promise that if MP Bc. From February 2022, Mazurek will start sending regular monthly donations in the amount of EUR 2,000 to the medical facility at its discretion and will last for the next 10 months, I will not recover from him the funds in the amount of EUR 20,000, which the court granted me, “said Sabaka.

He gave the reward himself

And he immediately gave his own example. He donated the financial reward, which he received together with the JM Hurban State Prize in September 2021, to a civic association that helps finance the equipment of the Department of Infectious Diseases and Geographical Medicine. “In the past, we used the money from this civic association to buy a USG device for examining the lungs of patients with COVID-19, air purifiers, disinfection mats and wheelchairs for patients. We are now planning to purchase a PCR device that would allow rapid testing in the outpatient clinic at the first signs of paralysis and could help speed up the provision of proper outpatient care for patients with COVID-19, “he explained the goals of the civic association.

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He concluded by adding that it was in the pandemic that people should help each other. “Let’s try to contribute to a creative atmosphere of mutual help and not to an atmosphere of selfishness and hatred,” he told a member of the National Council.

Source: Pravda – Správy by

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