Opposition leaders clash over cooperation with ruling party

Ljubljana, 12 October - The leaders of the two opposition parties have clashed on Twitter after the Democrats' (SDS) Janez Janša accused New Slovenia (NSi) of acting in concert with the ruling party because it failed to sign on to the SDS's proposal for a parliamentary inquiry into alleged financial misdeeds at GEN-I, a company that used to be run by PM Robert Golob.

NSi leader Matej Tonin (left) and SDS leader Janez Janša.
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