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ponedeljek, 25 oktobra, 2021

With their unreported rallies, left wing protesters made additional costs to the Slovenian police or Slovenian taxpayers in the amount of 882,650.82 euros!

By: C.R.

From March 2020 to December 31st, 2020, the Slovenian police had 5,539,966.90 euros in costs, and from January 1st, 2021 to September 20th, 2021 it had 342,683.92 euros of costs. In total, it had as much as “882,650.82 euros in costs for the security of public gatherings, which were not reported in accordance with the Public Gatherings Act”.

We sent a press question to the General Police Administration on Monday asking “how much additional and unforeseen costs (fencing, additional security, additional police duty…) the Slovenian police had due to unreported rallies and unreported (Friday and other) protests from the inauguration of the current government on March 13th, 2020 to today, September 20th, 2021?”. In doing so, we asked them for data for each month separately and collectively.

Based on this, the Representative of the Public Relations Police, Maja Ciperle Adlešič, replied:

“Dear. Regarding your question about additional and unforeseen costs at unorganised gatherings, we explain that we do not keep data in this way. We provide you with information on all police costs at unorganised rallies, which relate to police officers’ hours, kilometres driven by company vehicles, and the use of guard rails. We also do not keep data on “additional shifts”. The table shows that from March 2020 to December 31st, 2020, the police had 539,966.90 euros in costs, and from January 1st, 2021 to September 20th, 2021 it had 342,683.92 euros of costs. A total of 882,650.82 euros for the security of public gatherings that were not registered in accordance with the Public Gatherings Act.”

This means that unreported anti-government protests cost the Slovenian police or us Slovenian taxpayers almost 900,000 euros. It is obvious that these spoiled left wing protesters are happily messing around at our expense, as the prosecution and the judiciary are not prosecuting them for their illegal actions.

Probably also because they are the children of the so-called first-class… Not to mention that the constant of these left wing protests is a call to death.

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