Vecer Takes A Look at the Allocation of State Aids in Slovenia

Maribor, 6 July - During the Boris Sustar corruption scandal (note: the former State Secretary Sustar has been sentenced to three years in prison for corruption-related crimes) Slovenes heard that the allocation of state aid will be transparent and easily overseen. Who would dare to assert now that the promised transparency cab be seen? It is very strange that the agriculture ministry received 175 million euros last year and 125 million euros a year before, while the ministry which handed out these funds cannot confirm whether they actually did any good, writes the daily Vecer on Friday.

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