Opposition and Coalition Remain Divided over Holding
Ljubljana, 26 September - MPs remained split on party lines over the bill setting up the Slovenia Sovereign Holding in parliament on Wednesday despite weeks of cross-party negotiations during the summer. The opposition complained about confusion resulting from a series of amendments, and raised concerns about a looming sell-off of state assets.
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