EU Survey: Slovenians See Corruption as Major National Problem

Brussels, 15 February - As many as 83% of Slovenians think corruption is widespread among Slovenian politicians, which is the highest share among EU countries involved in the latest Eurobarometer survey. The average share of EU citizens who believe their politicians are corrupt is 57%, the report presented on Wednesday shows.

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