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PRESS REVIEW FROM SLOVENIA, February 18, 1992 (STA)

Ljubljana, 19 February - VEČER: WHO'S BEING FORCED TO LAUGH? - Marko Voljč, B.Oec., has turned in two days time from a Slovenian who made it in the world, then into a "son of a suspicious father", then a protagonist of a kind of wider communist plot and then the Troyan horse of the old regime, and finally "Popit's man", which Marjan Podobnik of the People's Party stated about him.

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