1990s Arms Dealing Allegations Prompt Clashing Statements
Ljubljana, 3 March - Opposition leader Janez Jansa seems to be unable to shake off allegations that he had received kickbacks in the early 1990s for arms shipments to Croatia. After the accusation was made by an arms trader, his story was rejected this week by one of the people allegedly taking part in cash exchange, but backed by a former Croatian prime minister.
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