Vecer: Home Alone
Maribor, 6 December - It has been two years since Slovenia enforced changes to the act on criminal procedures. The parliament passed three new measures which should replace unnecessary vegetation behind bars, namely house arrest, compulsory appearances at police stations and prohibition to approach a certain place or a certain person. All of them turned out to be fiddle-faddle, the Slovene daily Vecer on Wednesday responds to the case of Andrej Hartman, the alleged leader of what has been called the Gorenjsko heroin cartel, who had fled house arrest.
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