Thousands flocked the Slovak National Uprising Square in Bratislava on Friday, to protest farming reforms and decry police inactivity in the case of slain journalist Jan Kuciak and his fiancee Martina Kusnirova. 'For a Decent Slovakia' initiative called on for an eighth round of protests, which were joined by farmers claiming that the state is taking their land. «With these hands and with my... Еще wife we earned our property. And those people wanted to take my property,» said farmer Marian Micko. Actor and university professor Martin Huba, stood alongside the farmers and said: «They feel huge helplessness against the mafia style practices from the state because their own land was stolen from them.» Farmers drove to the capital earlier this week to protest government practices that, according to them, are stripping them of their land.