Weekly Review of Events Involving Slovenia from 19 to 25 May
Ljubljana, 26 May - Slovenian intelligence agency remained in the media spotlight last week, as a government working group discovered that the agency had invested money from its black-ops fund into a company it established. The saga with the central bank governor continued, as former finance minister Dusan Mramor rejected President Janez Drnovsek's offer to stand for the post. Meanwhile, the National Party (SNS) head Zmago Jelincic announced he would run for the president in the autumn elections, while Katarina Kresal, a new name on the political scene, said she would stand for the Liberal Democracy (LDS) leader.
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