Janša Claims Anti-Corruption Watchdog Violated His Rights

Ljubljana, 11 January - Prime Minister Janez Janša has stepped up his attack on the Corruption Prevention Commission in the aftermath of a report suggesting he violated anti-corruption law. He claimed in an interview with the web portal Siol that the commission violated his rights. Meanwhile, the Constitutional Court said it was reviewing the anti-corruption law.

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