Weekly review of events involving Slovenia, 17-23 November
Ljubljana, 24 November - Slovenia's political arena got a new party, MPs voted to change the Constitution regarding private education funding, and new members of the upper chamber of parliament were elected. Meanwhile, the EU Commission said Slovenia's 2018 budgetary plans posed a risk of non-compliance with Stability and Growth Pact requirements.
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