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MPs Debate Report on Situation in Prosecution in 2000-2004

Ljubljana, 19 June - MPs were divided on Thursday on the report of a coalition-controlled commission which says that prosecutors did an inadequate job and that they were subject to political pressure in the term of the previous government (2000-2004). The document, however, seems set for confirmation at the vote scheduled for next week.

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Liberal Democrats deputies Rudolf Moge (left) and Ljubo Germic (right) at Thursday's parliament session on the report of the inquiry commission that investigated the work of prosecutors in 2000-2004.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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Lipa faction leader Saso Pece (left), Supreme Court President Franc Testen (second from left), New Slovenia deputy Martin Mikolic (sitting in the front) and Slovenian Democrats deputies Robert Hrovat (second from right) and Marijan Pojbic (right) at Thursday's parliament session on the report of the inquiry commission that investigated the work of prosecutors in 2000-2004.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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National Party faction leader Zmago Jelincic (left) at Thursday's parliament session on the report of the inquiry commission that investigated the work of prosecutors in 2000-2004.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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Slovenian Democrats deputy Dimitrij Kovacic at Thursday's parliament session on the report of the inquiry commission that investigated the work of prosecutors in 2000-2004.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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Social Democrats deputies Dusan Kumer (left), Majda Potrata (centre) and Miran Potrc (right) at Thursday's parliament session on the report of the inquiry commission that investigated the work of prosecutors in 2000-2004.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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