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sobota, 28 maja, 2022

Mayor Janković felt the opportunity for his family to continue to get illegally rich under Golob’s government

By Peter Truden (Nova24tv)

Zoran Janković’s announcement that he will run for a new term as mayor of Ljubljana is a cause for concern for Slovenian democracy, the rule of law and public finances. The most legally protected representative of the left obviously feels safe enough to continue to save the family economy related to the affairs of the Ljubljana municipality.

Ljubljana Mayor Zoran Janković will run for a new term at the helm of the capital in the autumn local elections. “Being the mayor of Ljubljana is beautiful,” he said at today’s solemn session of the city council on the occasion of the municipal holiday and praised his team. He listed already realised projects and announced new ones, emphasising the importance of cooperation with the state. He did not hide his joy at the arrival of the new left-wing government when he spread lies about disrespect for justice and attacks on the free media by the Janša government.

Thus, the independent judiciary, which repeatedly acquits the former head of state Mercator and the mayor of Ljubljana, writes off 45 million euros in debt to such obvious crimes and the family empire, is worth preserving. That you are on the opposite side of Janez Janša and that you have all the necessary immunity is the goal that the parallel mechanism of the deep state achieved by winning the elections. That is why it was a load off Janković’s shoulders that he even declared Robert Golob the best energy expert in Europe.

These guys are going to do a lot of business together and nothing is going to happen to them

This self-confidence gave Mayor Janković hope that he could fill the pockets of the family economy in another mayoral term, with the mandate of the left-wing government of Robert Golob. Zoran is already old, and his sons Jure and Damijan are too incapable of surviving a business and living luxuriously at the same time. Because he fears for their future, he must do everything before the end of his life to make Mercedes and yachts continue to be part of the Janković family’s standard of living.

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