Ministry hopes legislative changes to improve anti-corruption fight
Ljubljana, 12 June - The Justice Ministry is aware of the shortcomings of Slovenia's framework of integrity and the prevention of corruption, so it is not surprised at the results of the latest Eurobarometer survey, which show one in nine Slovenians consider corruption to be widespread in the country.
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