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Parties Square Off in Debate on Asset Accumulation

Ljubljana, 31 May - The coalition and opposition pointed the finger at each other as the parliamentary Economic Committee held a session on Saturday dedicated to the accumulation of assets by individuals in Slovenia. The session was suspended and will be continued on Monday.

Ljubljana
The session of the parliamentary Economy Committee saw the coalition and opposition trade jabs over the accumulation of assets by individuals.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
The session of the parliamentary Economy Committee saw the coalition and opposition trade jabs over the accumulation of assets by individuals.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Former Banka Slovenije Governor Mitja Gaspari was one of only a few invited government and business officials to attend the session of the Economy Committee.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Economy Minister Andrej Vizjak was one of only a few invited government and business officials to attend the session of the Economy Committee.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
The former chairman of retailer Mercator, now the Mayor of Ljubljana, Zoran Jankovic, was one of only a few invited government and business officials to attend the session of the Economy Committee.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
The session of the parliamentary Economy Committee saw the coalition and opposition trade jabs over the accumulation of assets by individuals. Economy Minister Andrej Vizjak (fourth from the left) was one of only a few invited government and business officials to attend.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
The session of the parliamentary Economy Committee saw the coalition and opposition trade jabs over the accumulation of assets by individuals.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

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