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Panel Says Anti-Graft Commission Should Stay

Ljubljana, 8 October - A panel hosted by the upper chamber of the Slovenian parliament and the Corruption Prevention Commission in Ljubljana on Monday agreed that Slovenia was a role model for the entire region in the combat against corruption, while the planned abolishment of the commission could induce other newcomers to the EU to follow suit.

Ljubljana
Drago Kos, head of the Corruption Prevention Commission, addresses a panel on the combat against corruption in Europe at the National Council.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Drago Kos, head of the Corruption Prevention Commission, addresses a panel on the combat against corruption in Europe at the National Council.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Drago Kos, head of the Corruption Prevention Commission, addresses a panel on the combat against corruption in Europe at the National Council.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Stuart Gilman, head of the UN's Anti-Corruption Unit, addresses a panel on the combat against corruption in Europe at the National Council.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Stuart Gilman, head of the UN's Anti-Corruption Unit, addresses a panel on the combat against corruption in Europe at the National Council.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Head of the Corruption Prevention Commission Drago Kos and Stuart Gilman, head of the UN's Anti-Corruption Unit, at panel on the combat against corruption in Europe.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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