Former PM Says Sanader, Jansa Planned Border Incidents
Ljubljana, 17 June - A former Slovenian prime minister has accused incumbent Prime Minister Janez Jansa and Croatian Prime Minister Ivo Sanader of planning border incidents in the disputed Bay of Piran ahead of the 2004 parliamentary elections in Slovenia. Anton Rop, who was prime minister from 2002 to 2004, said Jansa and Sanader were overheard plotting incidents by SOVA, the Slovenian security and intelligence agency.
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