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Coalition files for a parliamentary inquiry into medical supplies procurement

Ljubljana, 5 May - Coalition partners have filed for a parliamentary inquiry to look into the situation, handling, stock, orders and purchases of protective and critical medical equipment between 1 February and 20 April, as Slovenia battled Covid-19.

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The Department of Infectious Diseases at the Ljubljana University Medical Centre (UKC) treating Covid-19 patients .
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Marko Bandelli, an MP for the opposition Alenka Bratušek Party (SAB), giving a statement for the press.
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Miha Kordiš, an MP for the opposition Left, giving a statement for the press.
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Franc Trček, an MP for the opposition Social Democrats (SD), giving a statement for the press.
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Jerca Korče, an MP for the opposition Marjan Šarec Party (LMŠ), giving a statement for the press.
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Coalition deputy group leaders Janja Sluga of the Modern Centre Party (SMC; right), Jožef Horvat of New Slovenia (NSi; left) and Danijel Krivec of the Democrats (SDS; centre) talking to the press.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

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Coalition deputy group leaders Janja Sluga of the Modern Centre Party (SMC; centre), Jožef Horvat of New Slovenia (NSi; left) and Danijel Krivec of the Democrats (SDS; right) talking to the press.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

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Coalition deputy group leaders Janja Sluga of the Modern Centre Party (SMC; left), Jožef Horvat of New Slovenia (NSi; centre) and Danijel Krivec of the Democrats (SDS; right) talking to the press.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

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