Parliament Rejects Motion on Constitutional Indictment against Premier
Ljubljana, 19 January - The first day of the January session of the Slovene Parliament was practically dedicated to one topic alone, i.e. to the motion of indictment of Prime Minister Janez Drnovšek at the Constitutional Court of Slovenia for the alleged breach of the Constitution and law on foreign affairs. The motion was tabled by a group of 17 opposition parliamentarians. The Parliament took two votes on that issue - the vote was repeated at the request of Žare Preglej of the Slovene People's Party, and turned down both times by a vast majority.
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