Commissioner Nomination Under Anti-Graft Probe
Ljubljana, 5 August - The controversial nomination of Slovenia's member of the European Commission has come under scrutiny by the country's anti-graft watchdog mainly in light of the fact that outgoing Prime Minister Alenka Bratušek is one of the three candidates proposed for the job.
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