Judge disqualified in case over Janša's tweet

Ljubljana, 1 December - The president of the Supreme Court has accepted a motion by two plaintiffs to remove a supreme court judge from the panel that is to judge on an appeal in a case in which former Prime Minister Janez Janša was found guilty of insulting two journalists by calling them "washed up prostitutes" in a 2016 tweet.

RTV Slovenija journalist Eugenija Carl and former journalist now MP Mojca Šetinc Pašek, who were both insulted by SDS leader Janez Janša in a March 2016 tweet.
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