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Trade Unions Blast Bill on Social Transfers

Ljubljana, 20 October - The government-proposed bill on regulating adjustments of transfers to individuals and households greatly reduces social rights, seven Slovenian trade union associations told the press in Ljubljana on Friday. Labour Minister Janez Drobnic already rejected the claims regarding the bill.

Ljubljana
A news conference by Slovenia's largest trade unions present their views on the bill to regulate social transfers at a news conference.
Dusan Semolic, the president of the Association of Free Trade Unions (ZSSS), Slovenia's largest trade union.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
A news conference by Slovenia's largest trade unions present their views on the bill to regulate social transfers at a news conference.
Drago Lombar, the head of the KNSS Independence trade union.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
A news conference by Slovenia's largest trade unions present their views on the bill to regulate social transfers at a news conference.
Branimir Strukelj, the president of the education trade union (SVIZ).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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