Nominee for Central Bank Vice-Governor Stumbles in Parliament
Ljubljana, 28 September - Tomaz Kosak, President Danilo Tuerk's nominee for vice-governor of Slovenia's central bank, failed to muster sufficient support in parliament on Tuesday. The vote was 43 in favour and 19 against, three short of the required majority.
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