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Ljubljana, 13 September - After numerous complications and delays resulting from tactical moves and gauging of power before the approaching elections, the Slovenian Assembly finally passed the two most important election laws, enabling the elections to be held in the scheduled term. Before the Assembly's decisive session, parties tried to assure the public that they wanted elections as soon as possible, and that they were not going to obstruct the adoption of laws even if they disagreed with them. However, the Constitutional Commission's quick rejection of the National Democrats' proposal for a referendum on elections suggested that things were not going to proceed smoothly.
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