MPs to take revote in controversial legislative changes

Ljubljana, 18 July - The National Assembly will meet one more time before the summer break on Thursday to vote for a second time on legislative changes cutting funds for private primary schools and capping realtors' rental fees. The changes were vetoed by the National Council on Monday and will require an absolute majority to be passed.

Slovenian primary school children (in sixth and ninth grades) will not be taking the nation-wide exams this year.
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