Reporter that Uncovered Latest Defence Ministry Scandal Asks for Protection of Privacy

Ljubljana, 15 June - The reporter of the Slovene daily Vecer Blaz Zgaga, who uncovered the new scandal involving the Defence Ministry which incorporates the uncovering of the activity of the U.S. Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) in Slovenia and the Balkans, called on the Chairman of the Parliamentary Commission for Supervision of Security and Intelligence Agencies to protect his privacy. In the letter Zgaga wrote that he has covered defence and intelligence issues in the Slovene media for some time, and that he has never experienced such encroachment upon his rights. He added that article 35 of the Constitution guarantees the inviolability of privacy, while the 36th sets down the inviolability of premises.

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