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Tanja Fajon, protests, death threats… attacks on MPs are just a consequence of this extremely dangerous left activism!

By: Sara Kovač / Nova24tv

“SD president defends police inaction in attacks on MPs,” Interior Minister Aleš Hojs commented on a statement by Tanja Fajon, who condemned the Minister for insulting police officers with slackers, and then she accused the SDS party that by changing generations it creates an impatient society. But Fajon, with her harsh rhetoric, created the conditions for attacks on MPs to take place, as well as death threats.

Today, a verbal duel between the Minister of the Interior Aleš Hojs and the leadership of the Slovenian Police Union has caused a lot of stir, as the latter avoid responsibility for police intervention when extremists terrorised members of the National Assembly verbally, physically and by spitting at them for several days.

Minister Hojs told them quite directly that the police officers had all the power to intervene and defend the attacked MPs, as this is their job after all. He described all excuses as laziness.

Fajon never condemned death threats at anti-government protests

This was joined by SD leader Tanja Fajon, who replied to Hojs: “Not only the Interior Minister, who is also responsible for the work of the police, but also the newly appointed SDS vice-president, who publicly insults police officers with slackers. The change of generations in the ruling party openly spreads dangerous, unacceptable and impatient rhetoric at the very top of the government and Slovenian society.” Her response was understood by the Minister as support for inaction in attacks on MPs.

The Prime Minister Janez Janša also responded, adding that Fajon, with her “impatient, hostile and exclusionary rhetoric, first encouraged attacks on members of the National Assembly, and now supports the inaction of individuals from the police in clear violations of the law. Which is logical in its own way, but extremely reprehensible.”

It should be reminded that the left wing opposition with Tanja Fajon has been inciting anti-government protests since the formation of the new government, where far-left activists threatened to kill all SDS supporters, and towards the end of last year the situation peaked when a number of graffiti with similar threatening content appeared in public places. They attacked all party MPs who supported the development coalition led by Prime Minister Janša and did not want to support the vote of no confidence. Spitting, kicking and psychological violence against MPs were just a logical continuation of these extremely vile tactics that neither Italian nor German fascists would be ashamed of, and no one on the left made even an effort to condemn these truly dangerous social phenomena.


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