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Opposition Calls for Emergency Session on Inflation

Ljubljana, 18 January - The opposition parties have filed a request for an emergency session of the National Assembly to debate Slovenia's efforts to tackle rising inflation. The opposition says the session is intended to "help the government" with its efforts to deal with rising prices.

Ljubljana
Opposition officials address a press conference to present their request for an extraordinary session of the National From left to right: Saso Pece (Linden), Jozef Skolc (LDS), Milan Cvikl (SD), Vili Trofenik (Zares) and Srecko Prijatelj (SNS).
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Opposition officials address a press conference to present their request for an extraordinary session of the National From left to right: Saso Pece (Linden), Jozef Skolc (LDS) and Milan Cvikl (SD).
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Opposition officials address a press conference to present their request for an extraordinary session of the National From left to right: Saso Pece (Linden), Jozef Skolc (LDS) and Milan Cvikl (SD).
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Opposition officials arrive at a press conference to present their request for an extraordinary session of the National Assembly on inflation. From left to right: Srecko Prijatelj (SNS), Milan Cvikl (SD), Vili Trofenik (Zares) and Jozef Skolc (LDS).
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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