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Prosecutors, who would prefer to be delegated prosecutors in the EU, do not even master the basics of law: They appealed against a decision they did not receive at all!

Piše: Domen Mezeg /Nova24tv

“He really did not want to be photographed because he was shocked that SD has such corrupt judges, and that the problem of the judiciary and the rule of law is not in Janez Janša, but in Tanja Fajon and the Social Democrats. He fled in shame so that no one would see him – that is the truth. Timmermans was offended because Janša dared to show the truth about the proud successors of the Communist Party in Slovenia. At the same time, he was very shocked – because he was convinced that the Slovenian Social Democrats are European Social Democrats, and that they would not afford something like that,” said host Boris Tomašič in his show Kdo vam laže.

In this time’s show Kdo vam laže, host Boris Tomašič touched on, among other things, the field of European delegated prosecutors. On this occasion, he recalled a comment on RTV Slovenia, where they stated that Slovenia had still not appointed its two European delegated prosecutors. At the same time, they reminded that unnamed candidates – Tanja Frank Eler and Matej Oštir – were seeking justice in court, but the administrative court had already rejected their lawsuit because it was filed too early. The prosecutors should have previously adopted a government decision about unawareness of their appointment. “Prosecutors who would like to be delegated prosecutors in the EU have no idea about the basics of law. Thank God they did not become that. And no one can appeal a decision that he has not received. That you are so stupid, Bavcon has to teach you? Do they have to do a lobotomy? And no, it was not premature. What if the decision is not written in that way at all? No, this is not an administrative procedure,” Tomašič was critical of RTV Slovenia’s report.

“We have chosen a flower of Slovenian prosecutors to send to the EU, who do not even know that (they were taught by the court) that it is not possible to appeal a decision that does not exist. Then Rajko Pirnat explained the matter to them, but he obviously did not do it well enough.” Tomašič also touched upon a minor complication – when the Vice-President of the European Commission, Frans Timmermans, did not want to take photos with Prime Minister Janez Janša at the beginning of the EU presidency. Namely, the Prime Minister revealed the “independence” of Slovene judges with the help of a photo of SD MEPs Tanja Fajon and Milan Brglez together with some Slovene judges, and almost all of whom are dressed in red (a sign of revolution) and wear communist symbols. As Tomašič remarked, not photographing of Timmermans together with Janša is not a problem, but the problem is the fact that “judges worship communist symbols.”

“He really did not want to be photographed because he was shocked that SD has such corrupt judges, and that the problem of the judiciary and the rule of law is not in Janez Janša, but in Tanja Fajon and the Social Democrats. He fled in shame so that no one would see him – that is the truth. Timmermans was offended because Janša dared to show the truth about the proud successors of the Communist Party in Slovenia. At the same time, he was very shocked – because he was convinced that the Slovenian Social Democrats are European Social Democrats, and that they would not be able to afford something like that. And I believe the second option the most, considering that the next day Commissioner Josep Borrell went to Triglav together with Janša, and he is also a Dutchman and also a Social Democrat. The man was, in my estimation, shocked that the Social Democrats could afford something like this. It may be ugly of Janša not to prepare him for this and confront him with the truth, but the truth is sometimes painful, just like cold water and can cause shock.”

When it is necessary to deal with the epidemic, Lenarčič is nowhere to be found, and if it is necessary to block European funds for Slovenia, he immediately comes to the rescue

Tomašič then reminded that the European Commissioner in Slovenia – Janez Lenarčič – had surfaced in recent days. There has been no sound of him in the last year, but he has suddenly appeared nonetheless. In his comment for RTV Slovenia, he said that certain “problems” regarding European prosecutors and media freedom could not be solved and expressed hope that this would be resolved soon and that it would not continue to damage Slovenia’s reputation as the presiding country over EU. “Slovenia’s reputation in the EU is most burdened by incompetent commissioners appointed by Miro Cerar. This is a burden for Slovenia – when, during the epidemic, the man who is the commissioner and who is most responsible for this area did nothing. However, suddenly, he is worried about Slovenian prosecutors. But if they cannot even write a complaint. Will you send them to Europe? Unless they continue the practice of left wing governments to send the most incompetent to Europe, such as Lenarčič or Violeta Bulc.” At the same time, Tomašič reminded that Lenarčič even lobbied Slovenia to be left without European money.

“Commissioner Lenarčič, shame on you. Instead of proudly representing Slovenia, you come forward at the first opportunity when you can: you have had a thousand of them, but the first time you come forward, you spit on your own country. Shame on you. And that for at least 20 thousand euros a month.” He also touched on Pirnat’s attempts to defend Slovenia’s failed candidates for European delegated prosecutors on RTV Slovenia. The case is not an administrative procedure and therefore the government will not serve the decision. Therefore, Pirnat first advised “legal experts” (who have no idea when to file a lawsuit) how to protect their human rights, but in the next sentence he stated that it is questionable which human rights were violated in this case. “Even Pirnat, who is paid to defend the nonsense of these incompetent prosecutors, does not know how to defend them.” Tomašič goes on to comment on Borut Mekina, the writer of the “independent” Mladina who commented on the beginning of Slovenia’s EU presidency.

“Just as we did not allow Belgrade, we will not allow Brussels to dictate us what is right in Slovenia and what is not”

As expected, Mekina also touched upon European delegated prosecutors in his commentary, which is why, according to him, Slovenia is facing “serious allegations”. “Thank God we have a leader who does not kneel in front of every Brussels bureaucrat, commissioner, journalist, etc. No one has the right to slander, to lie, about Slovenia, about the Slovenian Prime Minister, about the situation in Slovenia. And if someone does that, it is right for someone to tell them something,” Tomašič was critical of accusations of Janša in Brussels. Fortunately, we have a political leader who is not afraid because a Brussels bureaucrat is accusing him of something. In Brussels, there are no untouchable “holy cows” who are the only ones who are right. At the same time, Slovenia has the right to protect its views and interests. “Even at the cost of Borut Mekina and other progressives criticising us and spitting on us. Just as we did not allow Belgrade, we will not allow Brussels to dictate us what is right in Slovenia and what is not. We cooperate, we talk, we respect common values, but you will not lecture us.”

“And if someone tells you that you are lying when you lie, you will have to live with it. And that raises Slovenia’s reputation.” Finally, he touched upon the “correctness” of journalist Tanja Gobec, who commented on the yellow jackets and the police in connection with the recent protest events in Ljubljana: “What were the signs of neo-Nazism in the yellow jackets? And do not talk to me about individual tattoos on the hands. These are not signs because there are tattoos ten times worse on the left. When you intertwine with Nazism, fascism, present evidence and stop insulting people.” Yellow jackets are clearly defined as patriots, which is not fascism or neo-Nazism. Such reporting is a disgrace to the journalist. Tomašič also refuted Mekina’s claim that protests were banned during the corona crisis. It is true that they were illegal, but the police did not ban them. “Those neo-fascists who raise their heads. Who smashed Ljubljana? Who broke the photographer’s head? Who physically injured the police officer? Who tore down the fences? Who burned things in front of the parliament? Neo-fascists? No! Neo-communists! They raise their heads, they do not respect the law, they do not respect the regulations, they do not respect the police measures. That is the truth in Slovenia.”

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