The Slovenian government started “monitoring” foreign consular missions on its territory very early. Already after the first multi-party elections, and way before Slovenia was recognized as a state, Peterle’s government discussed, at the initiative of Interior Minister Igor Bavcar, the proposal for Slovenian bodies to immediately start listening to the telephone conversations of foreign countries’ […]

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