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Proponent Indicates Possibility to Halt Referendum Proceedings

Maribor, 20 February - The non-parliamentary Party of the Slovenian Nation (SSN) will continue collecting signatures in support of a referendum on Croatia's membership of NATO, but it may withdraw the referendum petition if the statement passed by parliament on Wednesday is implemented.

Maribor
Prime Minister Borut Pahor giving a statement to the press after meeting with the board of the Party of Slovenian Nation (SSN).
Photo: Vesna Pusnik Brezovnik/STA

Maribor
Acting president of the Party of Slovenian Nation (SSN) Lovro Skrinjaric at a meeting of the SSN board.
Photo: Vesna Pusnik Brezovnik/STA

Maribor
Prime Minister Borut Pahor (left) and acting president of the Party of Slovenian Nation (SSN) Lovro Skrinjaric (right) after a meeting on a possible referendum on Croatia's NATO accession.
Photo: Vesna Pusnik Brezovnik/STA

Maribor
Prime Minister Borut Pahor giving a statement to the press after meeting with the board of the Party of Slovenian Nation (SSN).
Photo: Vesna Pusnik Brezovnik/STA

Maribor
Prime Minister Borut Pahor (left) and acting president of the Party of Slovenian Nation (SSN) Lovro Skrinjaric (right) after a meeting on a possible referendum on Croatia's NATO accession.
Photo: Vesna Pusnik Brezovnik/STA

Maribor
Acting president of the Party of Slovenian Nation (SSN) Lovro Skrinjaric ahead of a meeting of the SSN board.
Photo: Vesna Pusnik Brezovnik/STA

Maribor
Acting president of the Party of Slovenian Nation (SSN) Lovro Skrinjaric at a meeting of the SSN board.
Photo: Vesna Pusnik Brezovnik/STA

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