National Assembly in 1997
Ljubljana, 23 December - NATIONAL/ASSEMBLY/REVIEW/1997
Main feature of the National Assembly in 1997 was its division into two opposing camps, which was first overcome early in the year by two strongest parliamentary parties, the Liberal Democracy of Slovenia (LDS) and the Slovene People's Party (SLS) that formed a governing coalition, and later for some time in the middle of the year by all parliamentary parties, when they reached consensus on by far the most important parliamentary event of the year: the first change in the Slovene constitution and the related ratification of the Europe Accord.
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