Judge of the Supreme Court of Slovenia Vesna Žalik appears to have serious trouble with mathematics. This is evidenced by the letter that has been sent to the Matoz law firm concerning the appeal in the Patria case. The letter was sent on 8 September 2014. In the letter, Supreme Court judge Žalik assures the other parties in the proceedings that the case will be referred to the Senate of the Supreme Court for adjudication within one month.
‘In response to your letter of 8 September 2014 regarding the criminal case against Ivan Janša and others due to the criminal offence under the first paragraph of Article 269 of the Criminal Code (KZ) in conjunction with Article 25, I inform you that the case will be referred to the Senate for adjudication within one month,’ judge Žalik wrote two years ago.
It is highly inappropriate for the heads of the judiciary in Slovenia to mock in this way those that are involved in proceedings. Especially if it is the highest ordinary court in Slovenia. All that remains is for the Slovenian ruling party to appoint the constitutional judges and the entire top of the Slovenian jurisdiction will be coloured in red.