KUL parties want to put gaming act changes to referendum

Ljubljana, 22 March - The four opposition parties associated in the KUL coalition have filed to parliament a proposal to consult voters in a referendum whether the National Assembly should pass changes to the gaming act that aim to partly liberalise the industry. The move prevents the National Assembly from discussing the bill at third reading tomorrow.

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