By: Vida Kocjan
SDS MP Žan Mahnič stated during the debate on corruption in the National Assembly last week that Miloš Njegoslav Milović, an informal security advisor to Prime Minister Robert Golob, is in prison because 390 thousand euros disappeared in connection to a fictitious deal.
Nevertheless, our sources from Kamnik report that the convicted security advisor of Golob, Miloš Njegoslav Milović, is still at large. A reader from Kamnik also sent us a photo of Milović’s car, a blue Mercedes station wagon. The reader mentioned that Milović is a regular at a local establishment on Glavni trg in Kamnik and that he was observed in casual conversation there with a younger woman just last week.
According to media reports, Golob’s security advisor Milović has allegedly applied for a postponement of his prison sentence and also for alternative ways to serve his sentence. Journalists were already questioning in mid-September whether Milović would evade serving his prison sentence. The court sentenced Milović to a year and a half in prison and a fine of 15 thousand euros. He was definitively convicted for aiding in the abuse of position due to his involvement in a fictitious deal with the company SŽ – Železničarsko gradbeno podjetje. The Supreme Court of the Republic of Slovenia also upheld the verdict. Milović had argued that the money was received by Peter Čeferin from the Čeferin Law Firm, where Milović used to be employed.
In early September, the District Court in Ljubljana confirmed that Milović had been summoned to serve his prison sentence.
Robert Golob initially concealed his acquaintance with Milović, but after facing the facts, he introduced him as a security advisor who does not receive any payment for his services. However, it later turned out that this was not true, as Milović had entered into seven different contracts or addendums with the company Gen-I, which was led by none other than Robert Golob before he entered high politics. Milović is also alleged to be involved in the Bobnar–Lindav affair, where the prime ministers jointly accused serious political pressure on the work of the police.
Milović is also considered a friend of Tanja Fajon, the Deputy Prime Minister, and the President of the Social Democrats (SD) party. Pictures of them enjoying time together at the seaside were published on some online media platforms some time ago.