Opposition objects to Hungary's involvement in rail project
Ljubljana, 24 November - The four left-leaning opposition parties have jointly urged against government plans to involve Hungary in the construction of the new rail track to the port of Koper. Saying they want to "stop this madness", they argued the government is dismantling a completed financial plan, delaying the project, and making it more expensive.
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