SDS's request for witness hearings puts in question PM Golob-related inquiry

Ljubljana, 12 June - The parliamentary inquiry into energy companies Gen-I and Star Solar in relation to PM Robert Golob and the financing of his Freedom Movement party was formally constituted on Wednesday. However, the opposition SDS demanded that five of the commission's Freedom Movement members, including its chair Tomaž Lah, be interviewed as witnesses.

Ljubljana
Ruling Freedom Movement MP Tomaž Lah at the maiden session of the parliamentary inquiry into energy companies Gen-I and Star Solar and financing of the Freedom Movement.
photo: Božidar Kolar/STA

Ljubljana
The maiden session of the parliamentary inquiry into energy companies Gen-I and Star Solar and financing of the ruling Freedom Movement.
Photo: Božidar Kolar/STA

Ljubljana
The maiden session of the parliamentary inquiry into energy companies Gen-I and Star Solar and financing of the ruling Freedom Movement.
Photo: Božidar Kolar/STA

Ljubljana
The maiden session of the parliamentary inquiry into energy companies Gen-I and Star Solar and financing of the ruling Freedom Movement.
Photo: Božidar Kolar/STA

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