EU Report Notes Decline in Political Drive Against Corruption in Slovenia

Brussels, 3 February - The political will for fighting corruption in Slovenia is getting weaker, according to the first EU anti-corruption report. The European Commission's report recommends Slovenia introduce penalties for elected and appointed officials who violate the law on asset disclosure and on a conflict of interest.

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