Daily Inspects Reasons Behind the Publication of UDBA Files
Ljubljana, 23 April - Australian businessman and Slovenia's Honorary Consul to Australia and New Zealand Dusan Lajovic, who is said to have provided the data of over one million alleged collaborators and monitored persons of the former Yugoslav secret police (UDBA) for publication on the Internet, hit it big. He finally lived to see the moment when he can provide lessons in democracy to his homeland and present accusations against Slovenia's leading political elite, which is supposed to be the successor of the former totalitarian regime, the daily Dnevnik writes on Wednesday.
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