Chairman Andrews Kisk and his brother faced a police raid a week ago.
According to Plus 7 days, the NAKA shock time was set for the day when the Bratislava Regional Court sentenced Ladislav Bašternak to 5 years in prison for unfair VAT refunds.
In this case, the police also investigate additional VAT deductions, written per week. According to his source from the investigation, policemen in Kiskovec had to save books and computers.
The operation should have been linked to a company tax return that, in April 2014, in June 2014 and November 2013, would unduly apply VAT overpayments when the Financial Police Investigator initiated prosecution in January for suspecting a tax fraud tax.
The total refund amount is EUR 146 thousand. It was the cost of promoting the presidential election campaign.
In the autumn of last year, the media provided information on tax issues, and in January police began prosecution.