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Slovenia Has Preserved Social Dialogue, President Says

Maribor, 1 May - Slovenia has in 15 years of its independence succeeded in preserving the social dialogue, as the trade unions have kept their role and are social partners, President Janez Drnovsek said at a meeting in Maribor, one of a number of festivities marking Labour Day around Slovenia.

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President Janez Drnovsek at a Labour Day meeting in Maribor.
Photo: Bojan Sustar/STA

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President Janez Drnovsek (right) and his daughter Nana Forte (left) at a Labour Day meeting in Maribor.
Photo: Bojan Sustar/STA

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President Janez Drnovsek (left) and Maribor Mayor Boris Sovic (right) at a Labour Day meeting in Maribor.
Photo: Bojan Sustar/STA

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The head of the Association of Free Trade Unions (ZSSS) Dusan Semolic, President Janez Drnovsek's daughter Nana Forte, President Janez Drnovsek, and Maribor Mayor Boris Sovic (from left to right) at a Labour Day meeting in Maribor.
Photo: Bojan Sustar/STA

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