Majority of Slovenians See Corruption as Major Problem

Ljubljana, 7 October - More than half of Slovenians believe that corruption is a considerable problem, while less than seven percent feel that it is a minor issue, revealed a survey conducted by the centre for public opinion research at the Ljubljana Faculty of Social Sciences. Respondents have assessed that corruption is widespread in Slovenia, although their personal experience does not second their opinion.

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