Weekly Review of Events in Slovenia and Slovenia's International Activities from 24 to 29 December
Ljubljana, 29 December - The last week of 1994 was very quiet in Slovenia, without excitement neither in the political not in the economic area. There was nothing new within the ruling coalition, which did not succeed in agreeing on a candidate for foreign minister two months after the resignation of former head of diplomacy Lojze Peterle. Leaders of the two major coalition parties - the Liberal Democratic Party (LDS) and the Christian Democratic Party (SKD) - Janez Drnovšek and Lojze Peterle only communicated by public letters this week, which became quite a habit of the ruling coalition partners. The parliamentary clubs of the LDS and the third coalition partner, the Associated List of Social Democrats (ZLSD), met to assess their cooperation in 1994, which was successful, according to them. The two clubs regretted that a similar meeting was not possible with the SKD.
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