Ministry says new bill to address corruption shortcomings
Ljubljana, 24 January - The Justice Ministry believes the planned changes to anti-corruption legislation should comprehensively address the shortcomings in fighting corruption. The ministry responded on Friday to Slovenia's latest Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) ranking for 2019, where the country has made no major progress since 2012.
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