Six Years after Plebiscite; Janez Podobnik's Speech at Special Session of National Assembly
Ljubljana, 26 December - SPECIAL/SESSION/NATIONAL/ASSEMBLY/SPEECH/PODOBNIK
The Independence Day as a national holiday is a challenge and an opportunity for citizens of Slovenia to reflect upon what our national goal is at the moment - six years after the plebiscite (carried out on 26 December 1990), after the independent and sovereign Republic of Slovenia was formed, the moment when we assumed a historic responsibility for our own existence. The breadth of state with all its institutions lies in its legal, economic and social systems which are to be structured as to respond to problems and hardships of common man, in particular of those who are not responsible themselves to be at society's margin, began his speech Speaker Janez Podobnik at the Parliament's Thursday afternoon session which marked the Independence Day.
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