Ex-state secretary's company faces modern slavery allegations
Ljubljana, 8 June - A fishpacking plant owned by the family of Boris Šuštar, a former state secretary convicted of passive bribery, has been faced with allegations about forcing their workers to work ceaselessly for a pittance and creating intolerable working conditions. A charge has been filed against the company for suspected worker exploitation.
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