Patria Scandal Tainting Yet Another General Election, SDS Says
Ljubljana/Brussels, 9 July - The Patria scandal has left its mark on three general elections in Slovenia since 2008, according to the opposition Democrats (SDS), whose president Janez Janša is in prison for corruption. If the Patria process proves to be a show trial, the elections will have been illegitimate, Janša's supporters said Wednesday.
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