WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS FROM SLOVENIA, APRIL 27, TO MAY 3, 1992
Ljubljana, 8 May - The past week in Slovenia began and ended with a public holiday and many of the country's inhabitants decided to spend a couple of days of their annual leave between April 27, (the Day of Resistance Against the Occupational Forces) and May 1, (Labour Day), and to take a brief holiday. The remaining three work-days also went by fairly quietly. The only three highlights of the past week were the announcement of the candidates for the portfolios in Prime Minister Drnovšek's new Government, (as the choice differed slightly from the expected), France Bučar's report that the Law on Ownership might even be passed before the end of May and Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel's visits to Israel, Egypt and Australia.
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