Health Minister Again Rejects any Gov't Responsibility in Vzajemna Assembly Wrangle
Ljubljana, 13 August - Slovene Health Minister Dusan Keber has once again rejected any suggestions that the government is responsible for the fact that Slovenia's largest voluntary health insurer, Vzajemna, still does not have a permanent assembly and placed the blame squarely on the mutual insurer. Meanwhile, the first lawsuit was filed in regard to the apparently dodgy assembly, as a Vzajemna member asked the court to nullify the recent decisions of the assembly.
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