SOVA boss defends hiring at intel agency

Ljubljana, 18 October - SOVA director Rajko Kozmelj has rejected the allegation that there was something amiss in the hiring of a female acquaintance of PM Marjan Šarec by the national intelligence and security agency. In an interview with Mladina, he also called for greater powers for SOVA in addition to better supervision.

Rajko Kozmelj, programme director of the Slovenian branch of the Centre for Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF), the prime minister's pick to lead intelligence agency SOVA.
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