PM Defends Staffing Decision, Coalition Partners Downplay Importance
Ljubljana, 9 December - Prime Minister Borut Pahor defended Tuesday his decision to name Dimitrij Rupel his foreign policy adviser, an appointment that has irked his coalition partners. However, tensions seem to have eased off and a tentative call for an emergency summit has been downgraded to a meeting of party presidents before tomorrow's cabinet session.
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