Largest two parties clash over parliamentary inquiry

Ljubljana, 8 August - Even before it began its work, the parliamentary inquiry set up at the behest of the ruling coalition to look into alleged illegal financing of parties through media has hit a snag after the largest opposition party, which is to be the focus of the inquiry, demanded for a journalist to be excluded as an expert helping with the inquiry.

Soniboj Knežak and Mojca Šetinc Pašek, the vice-chair and chair of the parliamentary inquiry looking into alleged wrongdoing in party campaign financing.
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