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Ivo Boscarol: Golob literally lied

By: Sara Kovač / Nova24tv

“What the future Prime Minister is saying is a lie, and if the Prime Minister is lying, he shines a bad light or gives bad credibility to the entire government team. I hope he is not lying in other areas as well,” said Ivo Boscarol, an entrepreneur and father of Pipistrel, regarding the president of the Gibanje Svoboda party, Robert Golob. Boscarol also allocated 21 million euros to the Municipality of Ajdovščina for infrastructure development. The municipality is waiting for an additional four million.

One of the most famous businessmen, Ivo Boscarol, warned in the past that with the announced tax on the entire property of all citizens comes a covert nationalisation, which will hit all Slovenes, but this is hardly talked about. As he was also critical in the show Tarča, this obviously angered Robert Golob, who accused Boscarol, among other things, of apparently not reading the coalition agreement at all.

“What Mr. Golob said in your studio on Wednesday amazed me very much. Because he literally lied. I caught him lying twice. He said that I had not read the coalition agreement,” Boscarol was critical for 24ur, adding that he had read the coalition agreement several times, that he had prepared for Tarča show and told the Slovenes what is waiting for them. “And he lied the second time when he said I was listening to the wrong people. I do not listen to the wrong people. I do not listen to him, I do not listen to anyone from his team either,” he emphasised, adding that he also does not hang out with Miha Kordiš from Levica party. He found himself next to Kordiš in the studio because the host put him there. “What the future Prime Minister is saying is a lie, and if the Prime Minister lies, he shines a bad light or gives bad credibility to the entire government team,” he said critically, adding that he hoped he would not lie in other areas.

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