Večer Says Bratušek Allowed Theft on Brussels' Orders
Maribor, 10 September - The daily Večer says in its Wednesday commentary that Slovenia is no longer a free country but a colony of Brussels. The outgoing Prime Minister Alenka Bratušek stole from her people under the instructions from Brussels, the paper says, referring to a recent bank bail-in that has allegedly been ordered by the European Commission.
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