Prime Minister Used State Property for Private Business, Dailies Claim
Ljubljana, 29 October - Prime Minister and presidential candidate Janez Drnovsek has often used state property, namely a wooden cottage at the state-owned estate Brdo pri Kranju, for private purposes, two Slovenian dailies, Delo and Dnevnik, claim in Tuesday's issues. The small dwelling has supposedly been renovated for Drnovsek's needs in recent years, with the prime minister spending the night in it several times already, the dailies assert.
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