Parties Split on Latest SOVA-Related Revelation
Ljubljana, 18 June - Claims by an opposition politician that Prime Minister Janez Jansa was involved in the plotting of incidents in the Piran Bay in 2004 have sent parliamentary factions scrambling for answers, with the opposition as well as the coalition saying on Monday they were determined to get to the bottom of the affair.
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