Gap Between Drnovsek and Arhar Widens after Wages Scandal in Vzajemna
Ljubljana, 16 August - If presidential elections were held today, Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek would get 32.1 percent of the vote, while former central bank governor France Arhar would only receive the backing of 13 percent of respondents in a survey by the daily Dnevnik. The paper believes that the drop of 18 percentage points that Arhar has suffered over the month before is a result of the recent media disclosure of extremely high wages in the optional health insurer Vzajemna, where Arhar is chairman.
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