Survey: Slovenians See Corruption as Major Problem
Ljubljana, 12 February - Slovenians are convinced that corruption is increasingly present and that it has become a major problem, a survey on corruption in 2009 has found. As many as 70% of the respondents believe corruption to be a big or a very big problem in Slovenia, while 72% think it has grown compared to 1990, the head of the country's anti-graft body said.
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