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Parliament Overhauls KAD and SOD Funds

Ljubljana, 28 September - The National Assembly passed on Tuesday with 36 votes for and 30 against the bill on changes in the investment policies of state-run KAD and SOD funds and restructuring of KAD, a key piece of legislation for OECD membership, which concludes the reform of the management with state capital investments.

National Assembly
The National Assembly is discussing among other points the appointment of Etelka Korpic Horvat, a lecturer at the Maribor Faculty of Law, as the new Constitutional Court judge, a bill overhauling the state-run KAD and SOD funds and the appointing of Slovenia's central bank vice-governor.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

National Assembly
The National Assembly is discussing among other points the appointment of Etelka Korpic Horvat, a lecturer at the Maribor Faculty of Law, as the new Constitutional Court judge, a bill overhauling the state-run KAD and SOD funds and the appointing of Slovenia's central bank vice-governor.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

National Assembly
National Assembly Speaker Pavel Gantar speaks at the regular parliament session, discussing among other points the appointment of Etelka Korpic Horvat, a lecturer at the Maribor Faculty of Law, as the new Constitutional Court judge, a bill overhauling the state-run KAD and SOD funds and the appointing of Slovenia's central bank vice-governor.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

National Assembly
The National Assembly votes on the appointment of Etelka Korpic Horvat, a lecturer at the Maribor Faculty of Law, as the new Constitutional Court judge, at a regular session.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

National Assembly
The National Assembly votes on the appointment of Etelka Korpic Horvat, a lecturer at the Maribor Faculty of Law, as the new Constitutional Court judge, at a regular session.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

National Assembly
National Assembly Speaker Pavel Gantar speaks at the regular parliament session, discussing the appointment of Etelka Korpic Horvat, a lecturer at the Maribor Faculty of Law, as the new Constitutional Court judge.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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