Police Deny Allegations of Wiretapping NGOs
Ljubljana, 16 June - BUSH - PUTIN/PROTEST
The Slovene police only conducts the previously announced security measures, which are fully in line with the law and police powers, Miran Koren, a Slovene police press representative told Saturday's edition of the daily Dnevnik, rejecting allegations that Slovenia has been turned into a police state on the occassion of the Bush-Putin summit which have come been recently voiced by Slovene NGOs and groups of activits.
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