MEP Contender Rapped over Council Flat
Ljubljana, 20 May - Igor Šoltes, who polls suggest could win a seat in the European Parliament in Sunday's vote, is facing criticism for having lived in a low-rent council flat when still serving as president of the Court of Audit.
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