Parliament Interrupts Extraordinary Session, Rescheduled for Next Tuesday

Obstructed by opposition parliamentary parties' deputies and consequently lacking quorum, Slovene Parliament Tuesday evening, after the entire day of discussions, interrupted the fourth day of the extraordinary session on foreign policy without taking final decision on the proposed standpoints and resolutions on Slovenia's relations with the European Union and NATO. The session is rescheduled for Tuesday, 9 April.

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