Review of Slovenian Press
Ljubljana, 6 July - Articles appearing on the front pages and domestic news columns of the Slovenian daily newspapers today carry such titles as "Majority Suppresses Minority" (Dnevnik), "Adopted Standing Orders Ignore Minority in Parliament" (Slovenec), "Obstruction Abolished" (Večer), "National Assembly Adopts 'Mini-Constitution'" (Republika), and "National Assembly Finally Adopts Standing Orders" (Delo). These articles deal with the session of the National Assembly, which adopted its Standing Orders yesterday. Most editorials focus on this topic. In domestic news, most attention is devoted to the HIT scandal and to the response of Janez Sirše, acting director of the Slovenian Intelligence and Security Agency (SOVA) and former director of the Security and Information Service (VIS), to yesterday's allegations by a Delo journalist, against whom he has initiated civil action. Sirše's statement that he would not appear at a session of the National Assembly Investigation Commission. Reports on developments in Bosnia-Herzegovina and a press conference given in Zagreb by Croatian President Franjo Tudjman were at the forefront of foreign events.
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