SDS Opposes Anti-Corruption Bill

Ljubljana, 1 October - The opposition Social Democrats (SDS) disagree with the government-proposed anti-corruption bill, therefore they are going to examine the possibility if it could be changed in order to make it ready for third parliamentary reading. If this is not possible, the SDS will not back it, SDS leader Janez Jansa and MPs Miha Brejc and Joze Tanko told the press on Wednesday.

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