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Trade unions liken tax reform to Trojan horse

Ljubljana, 20 May - Slovenia's trade unions have come out against the government's proposal to cut the general tax allowance as a way to raise take-home pay for everyone, arguing it would cost workers dearly in the end.

Ljubljana
Representatives of Slovenia's major trade union associations present arguments against a package of tax tweaks proposed by the government.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
Lidija Jerkič, the head of the ZSSS trade union association, addresses a press conference with other representatives of Slovenia's major trade union associations to speak out against a package of tax tweaks proposed by the government.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
Representatives of Slovenia's major trade union associations present arguments against a package of tax tweaks proposed by the government.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
Branimir Štrukelj, the head of the KSJS trade union association, addresses a press conference with other representatives of Slovenia's major trade union associations to speak out against a package of tax tweaks proposed by the government.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
Representatives of Slovenia's major trade union associations present arguments against a package of tax tweaks proposed by the government.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
Evelin Vesenjak of the KNSS trade union association addresses a press conference with other representatives of Slovenia's major trade union associations to speak out against a package of tax tweaks proposed by the government.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
Jakob Počivavšek, the head of the KSS Pergam trade union association, addresses a press conference with other representatives of Slovenia's major trade union associations to speak out against a package of tax tweaks proposed by the government.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
Peter Majcen, the head of the Confederation of Trade Unions 90, addresses a press conference with other representatives of Slovenia's major trade union associations to speak out against a package of tax tweaks proposed by the government.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

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