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Govt Promises Unions to Adopt Minimum Wage Bill Next Week

Ljubljana, 14 January - The government will adopt a minimum wage bill envisaging the raise of minimum wage to EUR 562 in a week, Prime Minister Borut Pahor promised at a meeting with leading trade unionists on Thursday. Dialogue with social partners on changes to labour legislation is meanwhile expected to be concluded by the end of March.

Ljubljana
Representatives of seven trade union confederations staging a protest for an immediate raise of minimal wages in front of the government building befere the regular government session.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Representatives of seven trade union confederations staging a protest for an immediate raise of minimal wages in front of the government building befere the regular government session.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Representatives of seven trade union confederations staging a protest for an immediate raise of minimal wages in front of the government building befere the regular government session.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Representatives of seven trade union confederations staging a protest for an immediate raise of minimal wages in front of the government building befere the regular government session.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Representatives of seven trade union confederations staging a protest for an immediate raise of minimal wages in front of the government building befere the regular government session.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Representatives of seven trade union confederations staging a protest for an immediate raise of minimal wages in front of the government building befere the regular government session.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Representatives of seven trade union confederations staging a protest for an immediate raise of minimal wages in front of the government building befere the regular government session.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Borut Pahor (left) receiving representatives of seven trade union confederations for a short meeting before the regular government session.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Borut Pahor (left) receiving representatives of seven trade union confederations for a short meeting before the regular government session.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Borut Pahor and Labour, Family and Social Affairs Minister Ivan Svetlik receiving representatives of seven trade union confederations for a short meeting before the regular government session.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Borut Pahor (left) receiving representatives of seven trade union confederations for a short meeting before the regular government session.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Labour, Family and Social Affairs Minister Ivan Svetlik and Prime Minister Borut Pahor (right) received representatives of seven trade union confederations for a short meeting before the regular government session.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Borut Pahor (centre) and Labour, Family and Social Affairs Minister Ivan Svetlik (walking) receiving representatives of seven trade union confederations for a short meeting before the regular government session.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Labour, Family and Social Affairs Minister Ivan Svetlik and Prime Minister Borut Pahor (right) received representatives of seven trade union confederations for a short meeting before the regular government session.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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