By: Sara Bertoncelj / Nova24tv
In its pre-election chronicle, Požareport mentions some interesting (also family) connections, which, among other things, explain why POP TV cheers for Robert Golob and creates spins and manipulations. However, Golob is not the only one who was defended by the 24ur portal, as is the case with Zoran Janković. While Siol recently revealed the official notes of the criminals in the pharmacist affair, they decided on the 24ur portal not to write about it. The recordings revealed in Utrip by Dr Jože Možina, show that Janković and Golob come in a package. By the way, in 2015, Janković’s indecent behaviour and the name of the pharmacist were revealed by Požar, whom they tried to detain until the end of the election campaign – probably not to reveal anything else.
Tjaša Slokar Kos, director of the Pop TV and Kanal A news programme, also has family connections to Robert Golob or the Gibanje Svoboda party (GS) and their election campaign before the April parliamentary elections, writes Požareport. Which, of course, explains why the largest commercial media house is so enthusiastic about Golob and uses manipulation and spins, not to mention cheating.
Bojan Požar, who escaped illegal detention on Friday with the help of his lawyer Franc Matoz, explains the connection below. Namely, Marta Kos is Robert Golob’s candidate for the post of Foreign Minister, and at the same time she is also the sister of Drago Kos, who is, of course, the husband of Tjaša Slokar Kos. Marta Kos and Tjaša Slokar Kos are therefore sisters-in-law. We have already written about Marta Kos, but it is worth remembering that Kos was once a journalist and, of course, the Secretary General of Milan Kučan’s Forum 21. Prior to joining diplomatic waters – from which she recently left for unexplained reasons – she was also vice-president of the Chamber of Commerce. Then there is Mojca Kert, the former wife of the Corinthian lawyer Miran Kos – the latter is the brother of Drago Kos. Kert is a colleague of Robert Golob in the Gen-i company, and at the same time on the list of the Gibanje Svoboda, in Požar’s words in the style of a “recycled sister-in-law”, she is running for an MP in Ravne na Koroškem.
On the first day of the election campaign, the 24ur portal dedicated itself to rescuing Golob – they determined whether his salary, as “political opponents” claim, is really three times higher than the one set by law. “POP TV’s love for Golob is so strong that even today his gross salary is lower than net! Until the elections, he will probably have the minimum wage,” commented political analyst Miran Videtič on the fact that the portal mixed Golob’s net and gross earnings a bit. Požar drew attention to another fact: on the 24ur portal, Golob’s salary was manipulatively compared to the income of Krka CEO Jože Colarič. Unlike Gen-i, Krka is not subject to Lahovnik’s law on limiting the salaries of directors of state-owned companies.
However, Golob is not the only one who was defended by the 24ur portal, as is the case with Zoran Janković. While Siol recently revealed the official notes of the criminals in the pharmacist affair, they decided on the 24ur portal not to write about it. Whose side they are on is also evidenced by the title from four years ago, which read: “Janković can take a sigh of relief: the investigating judge also ruled out what the pharmacist said”, adding that controversial employment stories in exchange for sexual services are no more. Let’s not forget that Janković was the guest of honour at the Golob Electoral Convention, the recordings revealed by Dr Jože Možina shows that the two actors are even more connected than it seems at first glance.
Janša was imprisoned for unfair trial of Branko Masleša and violation of constitutional provision
Years ago, Janković’s indecent behaviour and the name of pharmacist Katarina Ravnikar were revealed by Bojan Požar, who was tried to be detained on Friday – conveniently until the end of the election campaign. Of course, so as not to reveal anything more unpleasant at the most inopportune time. Of course, this would not be the first time that someone has been detained or imprisoned in the run-up to the elections – in 2014, judges imprisoned the current Prime Minister and President of the SDS, Janez Janša. The Constitutional Court later unanimously found that he had been imprisoned with the dishonest trial of Branko Masleša and for violating a constitutional provision requiring that “no one should be punished for an act for which the law has not determined that it is criminal.” “The Constitutional Court decided unanimously that there was no criminal offense in the verdict. Janša was also unanimously returned the parliamentary mandate, which was taken away from him by the centre-left majority with an abuse of power after the elections in which he was elected to the National Assembly from prison. They had a majority and decided that the result of the election, in which Janša won the most votes among all the party’s candidates, did not count,” recalled Siol editor Peter Jančič.