Opposition tables more than two dozen bills on first day of new parliament

Ljubljana, 13 May - The opposition Democrats (SDS) and New Slovenia (NSi) tabled more than two dozen bills right after the new parliament opened on Friday, a move that will delay the passage of legislation crafted by the new coalition because of procedural rules and has been described by the presumptive new prime minister as "childish".

The new National Assembly convening a maiden session to elect the speaker and deputy speakers, secretary general and members of parliamentary working bodies.
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