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Šiško pleads not guilty to undermining constitutional order

Maribor, 14 February - Andrej Šiško, the self-styled leader of a paramilitary unit whose footage stirred Slovenia in mid-2018, pleaded not guilty to inciting to violent subversion of the constitutional order at a pre-trial arraignment held in Maribor on Thursday.

Maribor
Suspected militia leader Andrej Šiško pleads not guilts to charges that he incited people to subvert the constitutional order by forming a local militia.
Photo: Gregor Mlakar/STA

Maribor
A handful of supporters gather in front of the Maribor District Court as suspected militia leader Andrej Šiško is araigned on charges that he attempted to subvert the constitutional order.
Photo: Gregor Mlakar/STA

Maribor
A handful of supporters gather in front of the Maribor District Court as suspected militia leader Andrej Šiško is araigned on charges that he attempted to subvert the constitutional order.
Photo: Gregor Mlakar/STA

Maribor
Suspected militia leader Andrej Šiško pleads not guilts to charges that he incited people to subvert the constitutional order by forming a local militia.
Photo: Gregor Mlakar/STA

Maribor
Suspected militia leader Andrej Šiško pleads not guilts to charges that he incited people to subvert the constitutional order by forming a local militia.
Photo: Gregor Mlakar/STA

Maribor
Suspected militia leader Andrej Šiško pleads not guilts to charges that he incited people to subvert the constitutional order by forming a local militia.
Photo: Gregor Mlakar/STA

Maribor
A handful of supporters gather in front of the Maribor District Court as suspected militia leader Andrej Šiško is araigned on charges that he attempted to subvert the constitutional order.
Photo: Gregor Mlakar/STA

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