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Mini Jobs Remain Divisive

Ljubljana, 22 September - Parliament remained divided on Wednesday over the mini jobs bill, which limits student work, while enabling the unemployed and retired to work at odd jobs. The opponents' biggest fear is that it will increase the amount of precarious work.

Ljubljana
Minister of Labour, the Family and Social Affairs Ivan Svetlik presenting labour bills to parliament.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
Student officials arrive at the parliament building to attend parliamentary debate on the mini jobs bill.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
Student officials arrive at the parliament building to attend parliamentary debate on the mini jobs bill.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
Student officials arrive at the parliament building to attend parliamentary debate on the mini jobs bill.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
Student officials arrive at the parliament building to attend parliamentary debate on the mini jobs bill.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
The National Assembly discussing bills on mini jobs and the labour market at second reading.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
The National Assembly discussing bills on mini jobs and the labour market at second reading.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

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