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Intelligence report in focus of parliament's money laundering inquiry

Ljubljana, 17 March - The parliamentary inquiry into money laundering at Slovenian banks NLB and NKBM in 2008 and 2011 interviewed on Saturday four witnesses, including former Prime Minister Borut Pahor, now the president, to establish how they responded to intelligence provided by the SOVA agency.

Ljubljana
The parliamentary inquiry into potential money laundering at banks NLB and NKBM in session, with its chair, coalition SMC MP Jani Möderndorfer in the centre.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
President Borut Pahor is being interviewed as prime minister in 2008-2011 by the parliamentary inquiry into potential money laundering at banks NLB and NKBM.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
President Borut Pahor is being interviewed as prime minister in 2008-2011 by the parliamentary inquiry into potential money laundering at banks NLB and NKBM.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
President Borut Pahor is being interviewed as prime minister in 2008-2011 by the parliamentary inquiry into potential money laundering at banks NLB and NKBM.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
President Borut Pahor is being interviewed as prime minister in 2008-2011 by the parliamentary inquiry into potential money laundering at banks NLB and NKBM.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
President Borut Pahor is being interviewed as prime minister in 2008-2011 by the parliamentary inquiry into potential money laundering at banks NLB and NKBM.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
President Borut Pahor is being interviewed as prime minister in 2008-2011 by the parliamentary inquiry into potential money laundering at banks NLB and NKBM.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
Finance Minister Franci Križanic in the 2008-2011 Borut Pahor government (left) interviewed by the parliamentary inquiry into potential money laundering at banks NLB and NKBM.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
The head of PM Borut Pahor's office, Simona Dimic (left), interviewed by the parliamentary inquiry into potential money laundering at banks NLB and NKBM.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
The head of PM Borut Pahor's office, Simona Dimic (left), interviewed by the parliamentary inquiry into potential money laundering at banks NLB and NKBM.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
Finance Minister Franci Križanic in the 2008-2011 Borut Pahor government interviewed by the parliamentary inquiry into potential money laundering at banks NLB and NKBM.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
Finance Minister Franci Križanic in the 2008-2011 Borut Pahor government interviewed by the parliamentary inquiry into potential money laundering at banks NLB and NKBM.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
Finance Minister Franci Križanic in the 2008-2011 Borut Pahor government interviewed by the parliamentary inquiry into potential money laundering at banks NLB and NKBM.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
Finance Minister Franci Križanic in the 2008-2011 Borut Pahor government interviewed by the parliamentary inquiry into potential money laundering at banks NLB and NKBM.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
The head of PM Borut Pahor's office, Simona Dimic (left), interviewed by the parliamentary inquiry into potential money laundering at banks NLB and NKBM. Pictured with her lawyer Peter Čeferin.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
The head of PM Borut Pahor's office, Simona Dimic (left), interviewed by the parliamentary inquiry into potential money laundering at banks NLB and NKBM. Pictured with her lawyer Peter Čeferin.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

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