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Inquiry into Freesheets Discovering Homeless Owners, "Friendly Loans"

Ljubljana, 10 November - The parliamentary commission looking into freesheets that appeared in Slovenia before the 2008 general election only to disappear again immediately afterward is continuing with its work. One of the findings after six months is that one of the publishers involved was sold in 2009 to a homeless person.

Ljubljana
Former owner of Progresija, of the publishers of controversial 2008 pre-election weekly papers, Andrej Lasbaher appears before a parliamentary investigation commission.
Phto: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Former owner of Progresija, of the publishers of controversial 2008 pre-election weekly papers, Andrej Lasbaher appears before a parliamentary investigation commission.
Phto: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Ivan Simic - the man who says he accepted EUR 500 in exchange for having an indebted company related to free pre-election weekly Slovenski tednik signed over to his name - appears before a parliamentary investigation commission.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Ivan Simic - the man who says he accepted EUR 500 in exchange for having an indebted company related to free pre-election weekly Slovenski tednik signed over to his name - appears before a parliamentary investigation commission.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Melita Zupevc heads the parliamentary commission looking into freesheets that appeared in Slovenia before the 2008 general election.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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