Opposition Walks Out Due to Resolution on SOVA Wiretapping

Ljubljana, 3 October - The claims that Prime Minister Janez Jansa plotted border incidents prior to the 2004 general election continue to cause turmoil: a long-awaited session of the Commission for Petitions, Human Rights and Equal Opportunities ended in a walkout today after the coalition proposed resolutions that the opposition deemed inappropriate.

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