MP Says No Proof at SOVA that Jansa, Sanader Plotted Incidents

Ljubljana, 5 September - Rudolf Petan, a coalition member of the parliament's Intelligence Oversight Commission, said on Wednesday that there was no proof at intelligence agency SOVA that Janez Jansa and Ivo Sanader had plotted incidents in the Piran Bay in 2004. Petan believes this confirms that the whole story is a political fabrication, but commission chair Pavel Gantar says it is too early to jump to conclusions.

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