MPs reject bill on prevention of money laundering
Ljubljana, 2 February - Parliament rejected on Wednesday the government's bill on the prevention of money laundering and terrorism financing. The government argued the law was to improve the current system, while a major part of the opposition said it infringed the protection of personal data and included overly broad powers in relevant investigating.
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