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Weekly Review of Events Involving Slovenia from 21 to 27 April

Ljubljana, 28 April - While talks on the redistribution of senior positions in parliament after the Liberal Democracy lost its position as the largest opposition faction have not yet born fruit, parliament set up another inquiry commission that will look into disputed arms deals, this time at the request of the coalition. The government drafted a bill that sets down the conditions for the transformation of Slovenia's largest mutual insurer. Prime Minister Janez Jansa was in Greece along with a strong business delegation in a bid to boost economic cooperation, while Telekom Slovenije acquired a 50% stake in its Gibraltar counterpart following successful completion of years-long negotiations. Towards the end of the week many Slovenians switched to holiday mood with Resistance Day marking the beginning of a period of break ending in May Day holidays.

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