Janša defends attacks by arguing judiciary needs to earn respect first
Ljubljana, 13 October - A meeting of top representatives of all three branches of power at the presidential palace on Tuesday saw Prime Minster Janez Janša defending the continuing political attacks on the judiciary by arguing that respect first needed to be earned. President Borut Pahor urged respectful, responsible and dignified communication.
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