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Familiar Arguments Exchanged as Mini Jobs Referendum Campaign Begins

Ljubljana, 11 March - Campaigning ahead of the 10 April referendum on the mini jobs act officially got under way on Friday, with proponents and opponents once again laying out their key arguments regarding the new system that ends student work in its current form to expand it to everyone and furnish it with basic social rights.

Ljubljana
Labour, Family and Social Affairs Minister Gregor Golobic, Economy Minister Darja Radic and Education Ministry State Secretary Alenka Kovsca address the press as campaigning gets under way head of the 10 April referendum on the mini jobs act.
ZSSS president Dusan Semolic.
Photo: Nebojša Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
Representatives of the ZSSS trade union confederation address the press as campaigning gets under way head of the 10 April referendum on the mini jobs act.
ZSSS president Dusan Semolic.
Photo: Nebojša Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
Representatives of the ZSSS trade union confederation address the press as campaigning gets under way head of the 10 April referendum on the mini jobs act.
ZSSS president Dusan Semolic.
Photo: Nebojša Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
Labour, Family and Social Affairs Minister Gregor Golobic, Economy Minister Darja Radic and Education Ministry State Secretary Alenka Kovsca address the press as campaigning gets under way head of the 10 April referendum on the mini jobs act.
ZSSS president Dusan Semolic.
Photo: Nebojša Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
Labour, Family and Social Affairs Minister Gregor Golobic, Economy Minister Darja Radic and Education Ministry State Secretary Alenka Kovsca address the press as campaigning gets under way head of the 10 April referendum on the mini jobs act.
ZSSS president Dusan Semolic.
Photo: Nebojša Tejic/STA

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