MPs reject bill on prevention of money laundering

Ljubljana – Parliament rejected on Wednesday the government’s bill on the prevention of money laundering and terrorism financing. The government argued the law was to improve the current system, while a major part of the opposition said it infringed the protection of personal data and included overly broad powers in relevant investigating. Presenting the bill in parliament on Tuesday, Finance Ministry State Secretary Maja Hostnik Kališek said the main objective of the proposal was to transpose three European directives into the Slovenian legislation, adding it was also aimed at improving…

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