PM Defends Govt Record in Fighting Corruption
Ljubljana, 3 June - Prime Minister Janez Jansa arrived in parliament late on Tuesday, to defend government activities in fighting corruption. Slovenia had no institutions in place to fight white collar crime when the government came to power in 2004 and the necessary changes took at least two years, Jansa told the deputies.
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