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Parliament Passes Income Tax Amendments

Ljubljana, 2 February - The National Assembly on Tuesday passed changes to the income tax act fixing several deficiencies established in practice in recent years. The main change deals with Slovenians who work in neighbouring countries, Finance Ministry State Secretary Helena Kamnar told lawmakers on Friday, when they debated them.

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The National Assembly in session.
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The National Assembly in session. Pictured: coalition Zares deputy Franci Kek, LibDem deputy Anton Anderlic (front row) and Franco Juri of Zares (second row).
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The National Assembly in session. Pictured: Miro Petek (left) and Vinko Gorenak of the opposition Democratic Party (SDS).
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

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The National Assembly in session. Pictured (left to right): France Bevk, Darja Lavtizar Bebler, Renata Brunskole and Mirko Brulc of the senior coalition Social Democrats (SD).
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The National Assembly in session. Pictured: coalition Zares deputy Franco Juri.
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The National Assembly in session. Pictured (left to right): deputies of the opposition People's Party (SLS) Gvido Kres, Janez Ribic and Radovan Zerjav.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

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The National Assembly in session. Pictured: Matjaz Zanoskar, a deputy of the junior coalition Pensioner's Party (DeSUS).
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

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The National Assembly in session. Pictured: Radovan Zerjav, a deputy and president of the opposition People's Party (SLS).
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

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