Paper Points to Traps of Parliament Probe into Prosecution Work
Ljubljana, 24 March - Wednesday's debate in parliament indicates that it will be difficult for the parliamentary inquiry into the work of the public prosecution to avoid the traps that previous investigating commissions failed to avoid. The trap this time lies in expectations that the commission would do the work it believes it has not been done by the prosecution in concrete cases, a paper writes on Thursday.
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