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PM says main problem is parallel mechanisms controlling state

Ljubljana, 15 November - Asked in parliament about corruption and allegations that mafia is running the country, Prime Minister Janez Janša told the MPs on Monday that Slovenia's main problems today stemmed from "UDBA-mafia or, as is the newly-established term, parallel mechanisms managing large parts of systems and sub-systems without elections and without legitimacy."

Ljubljana
The National Assembly opens its regular November session with a Q&A session with the prime minister and ministers.
Photo: amino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
The National Assembly opens its regular November session with a Q&A session with the prime minister and ministers.
Photo: amino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
PM Janez Janša (front row, left) in parliament for a Q&A session as the National Assembly opens its regular November session.
Photo: amino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
PM Janez Janša (left) in parliament for a Q&A session as the National Assembly opens its regular November session.
Photo: amino Petelinšek/STA

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