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Jansa Says Constitutional Law on Erased Viable

Ljubljana, 6 April - Prime Minister Janez Jansa believes a consensus is possible regarding the erased, one of the most controversial political issues in Slovenia. "The changed geometry in the National Assembly has in part contributed to greater readiness to seek a solution in a constitutional law, but only under the condition of a greater consensus on substantive solutions," Jansa said after Friday's meeting of party leaders.

Ljubljana, the National Assembly
Representatives of all parliamentary factions meet over several topics at the invitation of Prime Minister Janez Jansa (first from left). Next to Jansa Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel, Interior Minister Dragutin Mate, Regional Policy Minister Ivan Zagar and Speaker of Parliament France Cukjati.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

Ljubljana, the National Assembly
Prime Minister Janez Jansa (centre) heads the meeting of representatives of all parliamentary factions; on his left Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

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