PM Says No New Supplementary Budget, Opposition MP Disagrees
Brussels/Ljubljana, 14 December - Prime Minister Janez Janša has said that Slovenia will get through the year without needing to adopt a new supplementary budget, which he said was an important sign for financial markets. An opposition MP, however, begged to differ, saying the government had filed in parliament documents akin to a supplementary budget.
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