Monthly review of events for May 1993
Ljubljana, 7 June - REVIEW/MONTHLY/SLOVENIA
During its May session, which was actually carried over into June, the National Assembly adopted changes to two laws which are crucial for the transformation to a market economy Ä the Law on Denationalisation and the Law on the Ownership Transformation of Companies. With the coming together of certain political parties, the political arena is becoming more open and stable. The new left-of-centre party the Associated List of Social Democrats, which was formed at the end of the month, is headed by Janez Kocijančič, who for the past twenty years has been an economist, and for several years director of the Slovenian airline Adria Airways. The VIS (security and intelligence service) and HIT affairs, which emerged two months ago, spread over the border into Italy, as a result of suspected links with the Italian Mafia. Operations at Slovenia's only nuclear power station at Krško were halted for around a month on 26 May because of a fault in the steam generator. According to expert analysis the fault caused no dangerous radiation, and came within the 0 category.
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