Proposal in works to allow remote parliament sessions
Ljubljana, 2 April - Slovenia's National Assembly may start holding online sessions, under a proposal sent to deputy groups by Speaker Igor Zorčič on Thursday. Changes to the rules and procedures are planned to allow MPs to participate in sessions remotely, while the speaker, at least, would be at the Parliament House.
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