National Council Fails to Veto Sovereign Holding Act
Ljubljana, 3 April - The act establishing the Slovenia Sovereign Holding (SSH) as the sole manager of state-owned capital assets survived a veto motion in the upper chamber of parliament on Thursday, as 15 voted in favour of repealing it and 18 voted against.
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