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Govt, Unions Fail to Find Compromise on State Holding

Ljubljana, 18 July - The Economic and Social Council convened Wednesday to discuss the government bill on the Slovenian Sovereign Holding. The government offered certain concessions in exchange for unions forfeiting the right to call a referendum, but these failed to sway the unions who insist the proposal be removed from parliamentary procedure.

Ljubljana
The Economic and Social Council convens to discuss the government bill on the Slovenian Sovereign Holding.
Pictured: Head of public sector trade union confederation KSJS Branimir Štrukelj (left) and Jože Smole, the secretary-general of the Employers' Association (centre)
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
The Economic and Social Council convens to discuss the government bill on the Slovenian Sovereign Holding.
Pictured: Head of public sector trade union confederation KSJS Branimir Štrukelj (second from left) and Jože Smole, the secretary-general of the Employers' Association (third from left)
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
The Economic and Social Council convens to discuss the government bill on the Slovenian Sovereign Holding.
Pictured: Head of public sector trade union confederation KSJS Branimir Štrukelj (second from left) and Jože Smole, the secretary-general of the Employers' Association (third from left)
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
The Economic and Social Council convens to discuss the government bill on the Slovenian Sovereign Holding.
Pictured: Head of public sector trade union confederation KSJS Branimir Štrukelj (second from left) and Jože Smole, the secretary-general of the Employers' Association (third from left)
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

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