Parliament Expected to Override Veto on Online Cash Registers
Ljubljana, 20 July - The National Assembly is expected to overturn on Monday an upper chamber veto on a bill introducing online cash registers as of 2016 as a means of fighting tax evasion. The lower chamber needs an absolute majority of 46 votes, which it already mustered last week.
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