C-bank nominee wins broad support on commission
Ljubljana, 18 March - The parliamentary Privileges and Credentials Commission overwhelmingly backed Tina Žumer to become a vice governor of the Slovenian central bank on Thursday in an indication that she may also expect to win an outright majority at the plenary session. The commission also endorsed Anka Čadež's appointment as director of the Securities Market Agency.
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