PM and chief prosecutor clash over letter sent to Brussels

Ljubljana, 31 January - Prime Minister Janez Janša told the National Assembly on Monday that State Prosecutor General Drago Šketa had allegedly sent a letter to Brussels demanding that Slovenia should be asked to meet certain conditions in order to be paid out EU funds, which he labelled as bordering on a coup. Šketa rejected the allegation.

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