By: Andrej Žitnik / Nova 24TV
As we managed to find out, Miloš Njegoslav Milović, the head of Golob’s private security service, thanks to the prime minister, has already built a strong business network where he advises ministers and guardians of the state economy.
The resignation of the Minister of the Interior, Tatjana Bobnar, completely exposed the rot within the police, which the new government managed to completely politicise under the pretext of depoliticisation, and above all, the illegal establishment of a special unit to protect the Prime Minister and the country is being revealed. It is now quite clear that the infamous Miloš Njegoslav Milović, Golob’s man for special affairs, was in charge of the operational part.
The media reported that their acquaintance dates back to the time when Milović was Janez Drnovšek’s head of security, but many people do not know that he has been funded by taxpayers for the past few years, as he has a contract with Gen-I, where Robert Golob reigned for many years. As we managed to find out, he used the money of the state company to pay Milović for security, while he had already entered politics and was a candidate in the April parliamentary elections.
When the so-called freedom came with the victory, the door opened wide for Milović. Golob is said to have recommended him to the Minister of Health, Danijel Bešič Loredan, as he was seen there several times when they were checking where information from the ministry was coming from. He was also supposed to present it to the chairman of the board of the Slovenian State Holding, Žiga Debeljak, where he would take care of the “checks” of the future members of the supervisory boards of state-owned companies.
Victory in court and subjugation of the security system
Milović does not only share beautiful moments at sea with Tanja Fajon, as we have already reported. He is also good friends with the criminal judge at the High Court in Ljubljana, Lea Habjanič. As we already wrote, Milović was extrajudicially sentenced to two years in prison in the case of fictitious transactions with Slovenian Railways, where he accused, among other things, his former employer Aleksander Čeferin of taking commissions. He is now seeking justice at the Supreme Court, where his connections with judges would come in handy.
Many people also do not know that Milović has already been fired twice for reasons of fault – both in the police and in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He was considered to be problematic, affairs stuck to him. Now Prime Minister Golob would entrust him with a “para-repressive apparatus” bypassing the police and established practices, as determined by security regulations. Among Milović’s demands was that he would have unrestricted access to the director of Sova and all confidential information. If Golob’s government succeeded in clearing all the previous government’s personnel in the police, as was the agreement between Golob and Milović, the latter could appoint policemen loyal to him to all positions in the security structures.