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MPs to Debate Totalitarianism Resolution, War Laws Next Week

Ljubljana, 31 August - The National Assembly will discuss whether it will endorse the European Parliament resolution on European conscience and totalitarianism at an extraordinary session on 8 September, when it will also debate coalition-sponsored amendments to the acts on war graves and victims of war, Speaker Pavel Gantar said on Monday.

Ljubljana
The college of deputy group leaders discussing plans for an extraordinary session on amendments to acts on war killings and war victims, as well on an EU totalitarinism resolution.
Joze Tanko (right) of the opposition Democrats (SDS) and Bojan Kontoc of the ruling Social Democrats (SD)
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Parliament Speaker Pavel Gantar (right) at a meeting of the college of deputy group leaders discussing plans for an extraordinary session on amendments to acts on war killings and war victims, as well on an EU totalitarinism resolution.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Government Secretary General Milan M. Cvikl at a meeting of the college of deputy group leaders discussing plans for an extraordinary session on amendments to acts on war killings and war victims, as well on an EU totalitarinism resolution.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Government Secretary General Milan M. Cvikl at a meeting of the college of deputy group leaders discussing plans for an extraordinary session on amendments to acts on war killings and war victims, as well on an EU totalitarinism resolution.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
The college of deputy group leaders discussing plans for an extraordinary session on amendments to acts on war killings and war victims, as well on an EU totalitarinism resolution.
Joze Tanko (right) of the opposition Democrats (SDS) and Bojan Kontoc of the ruling Social Democrats (SD)
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
The college of deputy group leaders discussing plans for an extraordinary session on amendments to acts on war killings and war victims, as well on an EU totalitarinism resolution.
Joze Tanko (right) of the opposition Democrats (SDS) and Bojan Kontoc of the ruling Social Democrats (SD)
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Parliament Speaker Pavel Gantar (right) at a meeting of the college of deputy group leaders discussing plans for an extraordinary session on amendments to acts on war killings and war victims, as well on an EU totalitarinism resolution.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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