Vecer Reflects on Corruption in Slovenia
Maribor, 8 September - Quizzed about where corruption is most widespread in Slovenia, more than half of those participating in an anti-graft commission poll answered with politics. Business, health care, and the judiciary follow, which shows that people feel that corruption in Slovenia has taken off in the last 20 years, Vecer says in a commentary on Wednesday.
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