STA, 1 March 2021 - The Velenje Local Court has given Luka Štitić a two-month suspended sentence with a one year probation period for threatening Prime Minister Janez Janša on social media during last year's anti-government protests, several media have reported.
The ruling, published online, is final, media have reported.
Štitić was found guilty on 18 January of intimidation through making serious threats about a person's life or threatening to their loved ones.
According to the weekly Reporter, he made the threat on the Facebook page of the All-Slovenian People's Uprising on 3 November.
He wrote that Janša should be scared as the protesters would stand before his house throwing Molotovs at his window, and that soon he would realise that the safety of his wife and children is at risk but that then it would be too late. The post concluded with a call for Janša's hanging in Prešeren Square, according to Reporter.