In the Patria corruption case, the prosecuting attorney has demanded a 24-month prison sentence and a €37,000 fine for former Prime Minister Janez Janša.
Janša denied the allegations against him and claimed that prosecution did not present any evidence for the charges of bribery against him, reports Delo.
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