Former PM Rop acquitted of charges of intelligence disclosure

Ljubljana, 22 August - Slovenia's former Prime Minister Tone Rop was on Tuesday acquitted of charges of disclosing sensitive intelligence about border incidents in the Bay of Piran. Judge Ana Testen of the Ljubljana Local Court said that Rop was to be believed that he had obtained the information from a third person.

Former Slovenian Prime Minister Anton Rop (2002-2004).
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