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PM Says Slovenia Needs Reforms to Catch Up with Most Developed

Ljubljana, 13 July - Catching up with the most developed countries is a common goal in Slovenia and the government is giving its very best in pursuing this goal, however this will require difficult but inevitable reforms, Prime Minister Borut Pahor said at a Q&A session in the National Assembly.

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Prime Minister Borut Pahor (standing left) answering questions from the deputies during questions time in the National Assembly.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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Prime Minister Borut Pahor answering questions from the deputies during questions time in the National Assembly.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Borut Pahor answering questions from the deputies during questions time in the National Assembly.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Borut Pahor answering questions from the deputies during questions time in the National Assembly.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Borut Pahor answering questions from the deputies during questions time in the National Assembly.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Borut Pahor answering questions from the deputies during questions time in the National Assembly.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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Democrats (SDS) deputy Joze Tanko asking a question at a round of Q&A.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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A round of Q&A at the parliament.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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A round of Q&A at the parliament.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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Prime Minister Borut Pahor (left) and his cabinet at a round of Q&A in the National Assembly.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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A round of Q&A at the parliament.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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Prime Minister Borut Pahor (left) and State Secretary General Milan M. Cvikl (right) at a round of Q&A in the National Assembly.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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Prime Minister Borut Pahor arriving at a round of Q&A in the National Assembly.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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