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Current, Former KAD Execs Deny Wrongdoing in Share Sale

Ljubljana, 19 April - The parliamentary inquiry commission looking into possible damage to state property in the sale of shareholdings by two state-run funds on Wednesday questioned the incumbent chairman of the Pension Fund Management (KAD) and his predecessor, but they both denied any wrongdoing.

Ljubljana, National Assembly
Former KAD chairman Joze Lenic at a session of the parliamentary inquiry commission investigating the sale of shares by the state-owned Pension Fund Management (KAD) and Restitution Fund (SOD).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, National Assembly
Former KAD chairman Joze Lenic at a session of the parliamentary inquiry commission investigating the sale of shares by the state-owned Pension Fund Management (KAD) and Restitution Fund (SOD).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, National Assembly
KAD chairman Tomaz Toplak at a session of the parliamentary inquiry commission investigating the sale of shares by the state-owned Pension Fund Management (KAD) and Restitution Fund (SOD).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, National Assembly
KAD chairman Tomaz Toplak at a session of the parliamentary inquiry commission investigating the sale of shares by the state-owned Pension Fund Management (KAD) and Restitution Fund (SOD).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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