Weekly Review of Events Involving Slovenia from 25 to 31 August

Ljubljana, 1 September - The silly season came to an abrupt end this week, as political news returned to the front pages due to a flurry of activity in particular by the prime minister. After reaching an agreement with Croatian PM Ivo Sanader to take the border dispute with Croatia to the International Court of Justice, Prime Minister Janez Jansa announced the biggest reshuffle of his cabinet to date with the resignation of three ministers. The affair surrounding SOVA, the intelligence and security agency, also made a comeback as Jansa filed a civil suit against his predecessor Anton Rop and the government dismissed SOVA director Matjaz Sinkovec.

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