Vecer: From Top to the Bottom
Maribor, 18 May - PRESS/WB/SLOVENIA
Slovenia's transition from the group of recipients of World Bank loans to the group of decision makers is a unique success, but ordinary citizens hold many a grudge against the state and its leaders. A number of problems remain unresolved, the Maribor daily writes in Thursday's edition, quoting denationalisation, too large share of state property, unfinished privatisation, and remnants of socialist self-management.
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