Vetoed laws on agenda as parliament starts three-day session

Ljubljana, 16 October - The National Assembly is convening a three-day session on Monday as part of which it is expected to override the upper chamber's vetoes on three controversial laws. The session will open with questions time where Prime Minister Robert Golob will discuss the situation in the Middle East, among other issues.

Prime Minister Robert Golob to take questions from MPs at the outset of the regular plenary session of the National Assembly.
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