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Unions urge MPs to vote down laws not subject to social dialogue

Ljubljana, 15 October - The country's major trade unions have called on the National Assembly to vote down bills that have not been talked through on the tripartite forum featuring the government, employers and unions, as is mandated by the rules. The labour minister has responded by saying the door have been open to the social partners all along.

Ljubljana
Branimir Štrukelj, the head of the KSJS association of public sector trade unions, speaks to the press as five unions urge MPs to reject any laws that are not cleared by the Economic and Social Council.
Photo: Nik Jevšnik/STA

Ljubljana
Jakob Počivalšek, the head of the Pergam trade union, speaks to the press as five unions urge MPs to reject any laws that are not cleared by the Economic and Social Council.
Photo: Nik Jevšnik/STA

Ljubljana
The Economic and Social Council, on which the government, employers and trade unions discuss key bills, in session at the Government Palace.
Photo: Anže Malovrh/STA
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