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Parliament Paves Way for Euro-Med University

Ljubljana, 30 May - The National Assembly amended the higher education act on Friday, creating the legal basis for the establishment of a Euro-Mediterranean University based in the Slovenian coastal town of Piran.

Ljubljana
The heads of the deputy factions of the coalition People's Party (SLS) and Slovenian Democrats (SDS), Jakob Presecnik (left) and Joze Tanko, at the parliamentary session debating amendments to laws on the public sector wage system and higher education.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

Ljubljana, DZ.
DZ je na zadnji majski seji po nujnem postopku odločal o novelah zakonov o sistemu plač v javnem sektorju ter o visokem šolstvu.
Poslanec SDS Robert Hrovat.
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Ljubljana
Deputies of the opposition Social Democrats (SD), Breda Pecan and Dusan Kumer, at the parliamentary session debating amendments to laws on the public sector wage system and higher education.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

Ljubljana
Deputy Jozef Horvat of the junior coalition New Slovenia (NSi) at the parliamentary session debating amendments to laws on the public sector wage system and higher education.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

Ljubljana
The National Assembly in session; deputies of the senior coalition Slovenian Democrats (SDS): (left to right) Robert Hrovat, Ivan Grill and Franc Puksic.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Deputies of the opposition Social Democrats (SD), Miran Potrc and Breda Pecan, at the parliamentary session debating amendments to laws on the public sector wage system and higher education.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

Ljubljana
Public Administration Minister Gregor Virant and deputy Branko Grims of the senior coalition Slovenian Democrats (SDS) at the parliamentary session debating amendments to laws on the public sector wage system and higher education.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

Ljubljana
Deputy Franc Puksic of the senior coalition Slovenian Democrats (SDS) at the parliamentary session debating amendments to laws on the public sector wage system and higher education.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

Ljubljana
Public Administration Minister Gregor Virant presenting amendments to the public sector wage system at to the National Assembly.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

Ljubljana
Public Administration Minister Gregor Virant presenting amendments to the public sector wage system at to the National Assembly.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

Ljubljana
Deputy Milan Cvikl of the opposition Social Democrats (SD) at the parliamentary session debating amendments to laws on the public sector wage system and higher education.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

Ljubljana
Deputy Branko Grims of the senior coalition Slovenian Democrats (SDS) at the parliamentary session debating amendments to laws on the public sector wage system and higher education.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

Ljubljana
The National Assembly in session; deputies Miran Potrc (left) and Milan Cvikl of the opposition Social Democrats (SD).
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

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