Arms Trading Scandal Resurfaces as Opposition Leader Faces Accusation
Ljubljana, 26 February - Every few years murky arms trading that Slovenia conducted in the early 1990s hits the spotlight as new revelations or accusations by the people involved are made. This week Slovenian opposition leader Janez Jansa came under fire, accused by an arms dealer of having received millions in commission for arms transit to Croatia.
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