Article deals with the political comeback of Vojtech Tuka, Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the first Slovak Republic (1939 - 1945). He was a controversial person, a controversial politician of the Slovak history. In 1929 he was sentenced to fifteen years imprisonment for espionage on behalf of the Hungarian government and high treason. After Slovakia became autonomous in 1938, he was released from prison and returned to Slovakia. At the beginning he refused to be a part of the Slovak politics but soon after he reconsidered his point of view.