Paper says Vizjak scandal shows Slovenia is not a normal country

Koper, 5 November - The latest recording of Environment Minister Andrej Vizjak's 2007 conversation with businessman Bojan Petan in which he said the government would "squeeze a judge's balls" to get its way in the privatisation of Terme Čatež should be enough for Vizjak to resign if Slovenia was a normal country, the newspaper Primorske Novice says on Friday.

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