Opposition Leader Thinks Unions Should Demand Jobs

Dom┼żale, 30 November - Janez Jansa, the leader of the opposition Democrats (SDS), supports union demands for higher minimum wage, but he regrets that protesters did not demand more jobs at a recent workers' rally. "This should have been the key demand," he said Monday.

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