Dnevnik: A Long and Hectic Summer
Ljubljana, 3 August - PRESS/SLOVENIA/DNEVNIK
A long and hectic summer is ahead, although the Assembly, it seems, has already written it off altogether. Some have evaluated the lack of enthusiasm among the delegates in passing crucial laws as a specific type of achievement, by reasoning that no work is better than poor work, writes Milan Ule in today's Delo and goes on to say that these persons even receive payment out of the tax-payers' pocket for their conceited witticisms that fail to hit the mark. This is despite the fact that some delegates do not even prevent damage from being done, although they are in a position to do so. The results of such (non)action have so far hit the pensioners of this country hardest, especially those who receive meagre pensions from Croatia, or none at all from the other former Yugoslav republics, as Monsieurs Gros, Starman and the rest are strongly opposed to the enactment of a law which would improve the financial situation of pensioners in Slovenia. In the opinion of these gentlemen, all citizens of Slovenia who once worked in any other republic of former Yugoslavia deserve to be dependent on social support, writes Milena Ule in today's edition of Delo.
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