Govt Mulling Audit of Mirage Deal, Janša Speaks of Judicial Corruption
Ljubljana, 4 June - The exchange of blows in the wake of the vehicle validation stickers scandal, in which the state has been ordered to pay EUR 8.3m in damages to the private company Mirage, began on Tuesday as Interior Minister Gregor Virant announced a potential audit of the case, while former PM Janez Janša spoke of a corrupt judiciary.
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