Parliament to discuss anti-graft commission report, Štefanec called to resign
Ljubljana, 6 July - The parliamentary Privileges and Credentials Commission confirmed on Thursday almost unanimously the proposal that the 2016 annual report of the Commission for Corruption Prevention (KPK) be discussed in a session of the National Assembly. Some MPs called on KPK president Boris Štefanec to resign for undermining the commission's reputation.
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