Školč: Slovene Politics Too Often Trapped in Public Opinion Polls

Before these summer holidays began, the Slovene Press Agency (STA) had an interview with Speaker of Parliament Jožef Školč in which Školč talked about some topical issues. Školč, who has been a speaker for nearly two years, assessed the work of the Slovene parliament, whose mandate is coming to an end, as good, despite some problems the National Assembly has been faced with. The speaker, a member of one of the governmental parties Liberal Democracy of Slovenia (LDS), spoke also about the relationship between the National Assembly and government, saying that Slovenia was an ordinary European country where government's and parliament's responsibilities were distributed somewhat differently. Answering the questions on the activities of the parliamentary parties, their deputies, the electoral legislation and the organization of the National Assembly, Jožef Školč established the Slovene politics was much too often trapped in public opinion polls.

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