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First Parliamentary Inquiry Witness Implicates LDS in Defence Firm Sale

Ljubljana, 14 March - The parliamentary inquiry into the 2003 sale of state-owned military vehicles maker Sistemska tehnika to haulier Viator&Vektor has started interviewing witnesses. The first testimony implicated members of the then ruling Liberal Democrats (LDS) in the deal, chair Alenka Jeraj told the press on Friday.

Ljubljana
MP Alenka Jeraj of the opposition Democrats (SDS), the chair of the parliamentary inquiry into the 2003 sale of state-owned military vehicles maker Sistemska tehnika to haulier Viator&Vektor, speaks to the press
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
MP Alenka Jeraj of the opposition Democrats (SDS), the chair of the parliamentary inquiry into the 2003 sale of state-owned military vehicles maker Sistemska tehnika to haulier Viator&Vektor, speaks to the press
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
MP Alenka Jeraj of the opposition Democrats (SDS), the chair of the parliamentary inquiry into the 2003 sale of state-owned military vehicles maker Sistemska tehnika to haulier Viator&Vektor, speaks to the press
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

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