Janša Does Not Expect Guilty Verdict in Patria Trial
Maribor, 1 June - Former Prime Minister Janez Janša told the Saturday edition of the daily Večer that there would be no guilty verdict against him in the Patria corruption trial and that a guilty verdict could never hold up. He also said that the hole in Slovenia's banking sector was some five times deeper than estimated by the government.
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