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Former Merkur Execs Given 3 Weeks to Decide on Plea

Ljubljana, 21 May - The Ljubljana District Court decided at the first session of the trial against former chief executive of hardware chain Merkur Bine Kordež and three close associates on Monday to grant the defence three weeks to decide how they will plead on the charges of abuse of office and forgery.

Ljubljana
Former chief executive of hardware chain Merkur Bine Kordež (left) and former board members Marta Bertoncelj, Janja Kraševec and Milan Jelovčan (left to right) stand accused of abuse of office in what is to be the first trial in a series over a soured management buyout at Merkur.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
Former chief executive of hardware chain Merkur Bine Kordež (left) and former board members Marta Bertoncelj, Janja Kraševec and Milan Jelovčan (left to right) stand accused of abuse of office in what is to be the first trial in a series over a soured management buyout at Merkur.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
Former chief executive of hardware chain Merkur Bine Kordež (pictured) and three close associates stand accused of abuse of office in what is to be the first trial in a series over a soured management buyout at Merkur.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
Former chief executive of hardware chain Merkur Bine Kordež (pictured) and three close associates stand accused of abuse of office in what is to be the first trial in a series over a soured management buyout at Merkur.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

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