Jansa and Pahor Trade Barbs over Appointments
Ljubljana, 15 July - As the general election draws nearer, Prime Minister Janez Jansa and his main rival, the president of the opposition Social Democrats (SD) Borut Pahor, have become embroiled in the first serious spat. The dispute concerns the political appointment of supervisors in state-owned companies.
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