Drnovsek Appears Before Vic-Holmec Inquiry Commission

Ljubljana, 4 April - PARLIAMENT/INQUIRY
The parliamentary commission inquiring into possible involvement of state officials in the attempts to discredit Slovene police and soldiers participating in the 1991 war for independence in northern Slovenia on Tuesday heard Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek, who expressed his surprise that he had to defend himself because of his surmise on the involvement of foreign intelligence services in the Vic-Holmec scandal as such cases are in his opinion quite common in the world.

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