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Tuerk: Broad Support Important in Constitutional Changes Debate

Ljubljana, 8 July - After constitutional changes are introduced, Slovenia will be a sovereign country well integrated in the EU, President Danilo Tuerk said on Wednesday after hosting a debate on the future of Slovenian Constitution. Political support is very important in this, Tuerk noted.

Ljubljana
President Danilo Tuerk hosting a discussion on constitutional changes, with Prime Minister Borut Pahor, Justice Minister Ales Zalar, Parliament Speaker Pavel Gantar, philosopher Tine Hribar and presidents of parliamentary parties taking part.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
President Danilo Tuerk hosting a discussion on constitutional changes, with Prime Minister Borut Pahor, Justice Minister Ales Zalar, Parliament Speaker Pavel Gantar, philosopher Tine Hribar and presidents of parliamentary parties taking part.
President Danilo Tuerk (left) and his legal adviser Erik Kersevan.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
President Danilo Tuerk hosting a discussion on constitutional changes, with Prime Minister Borut Pahor, Justice Minister Ales Zalar, Parliament Speaker Pavel Gantar, philosopher Tine Hribar and presidents of parliamentary parties taking part.
Parliament Speaker Pavel Gantar arriving at the meeting.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
President Danilo Tuerk hosting a discussion on constitutional changes, with Prime Minister Borut Pahor, Justice Minister Ales Zalar, Parliament Speaker Pavel Gantar, philosopher Tine Hribar and presidents of parliamentary parties taking part.
Zares president Gregor Golobic arriving at the meeting.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
President Danilo Tuerk hosting a discussion on constitutional changes, with Prime Minister Borut Pahor, Justice Minister Ales Zalar, Parliament Speaker Pavel Gantar, philosopher Tine Hribar and presidents of parliamentary parties taking part.
Prime Minister Borut Pahor arriving at the meeting.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
President Danilo Tuerk hosting a discussion on constitutional changes, with Prime Minister Borut Pahor, Justice Minister Ales Zalar, Parliament Speaker Pavel Gantar, philosopher Tine Hribar and presidents of parliamentary parties taking part.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
President Danilo Tuerk hosting a discussion on constitutional changes, with Prime Minister Borut Pahor, Justice Minister Ales Zalar, Parliament Speaker Pavel Gantar, philosopher Tine Hribar and presidents of parliamentary parties taking part.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
President Danilo Tuerk hosting a discussion on constitutional changes, with Prime Minister Borut Pahor, Justice Minister Ales Zalar, Parliament Speaker Pavel Gantar, philosopher Tine Hribar and presidents of parliamentary parties taking part.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
President Danilo Tuerk hosting a discussion on constitutional changes, with Prime Minister Borut Pahor, Justice Minister Ales Zalar, Parliament Speaker Pavel Gantar, philosopher Tine Hribar and presidents of parliamentary parties taking part.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
President Danilo Tuerk hosting a discussion on constitutional changes, with Prime Minister Borut Pahor, Justice Minister Ales Zalar, Parliament Speaker Pavel Gantar, philosopher Tine Hribar and presidents of parliamentary parties taking part.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
President Danilo Tuerk hosting a discussion on constitutional changes, with Prime Minister Borut Pahor, Justice Minister Ales Zalar, Parliament Speaker Pavel Gantar, philosopher Tine Hribar and presidents of parliamentary parties taking part.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
President Danilo Tuerk hosting a discussion on constitutional changes, with Prime Minister Borut Pahor, Justice Minister Ales Zalar, Parliament Speaker Pavel Gantar, philosopher Tine Hribar and presidents of parliamentary parties taking part.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
President Danilo Tuerk hosting a discussion on constitutional changes, with Prime Minister Borut Pahor, Justice Minister Ales Zalar, Parliament Speaker Pavel Gantar, philosopher Tine Hribar and presidents of parliamentary parties taking part.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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