Accomplice of construction baron gets prison sentence reduced, Delo reports

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The Ljubljana Higher Court has reduced the prison sentence for former director of company Reklamni inženiring Mladen Sever by 13 months to five years and a half, the daily Delo reported on Wednesday. Sever was on trial for helping construction baron Ivan Zidar swindle almost EUR 1.9m out of his construction company SCT.


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