Given that an OECD glance can be nearly 600 pages long, making you wonder how many forests would die to print an in-depth look, I was deeply disappointed to see that the Slovenian regulators only got a few paragraphs. It’s not that they don’t care. Former foreign minister Zoran Thaler had to resign from the European Parliament and got a prison sentence after admitting he’d accepted an offer fromSunday Times reporters of cash in exchange for proposing amendments that would damage consumer protection.
Slovenia seems to be an exception. An OECD survey in 2013 on lobbying misconduct concluded that...READ MORE AT OECDINSIGHTS.ORG
Originally published on oecdinsights.org on 28 November 2014.