Politicians, Experts Divided over Curbs to President's Powers
Ljubljana, 19 April - A government proposal to strip the president of his power to nominate Slovenian judges at international tribunals has sparked controversy across the political stage. While the coalition endorses the proposal, the opposition is crying foul, claiming that this is yet another attempt by the government to undermine the division of powers.
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