NSi wants PM to get involved in doctors' strike negotiations

Ljubljana, 14 February - Opposition New Slovenia (NSi) leader Matej Tonin has assessed that the situation in healthcare has become serious to the point of endangering human lives, and urged Prime Minister Robert Golob to get involved in negotiations with the Fides trade union of doctors and dentists to end its month-long strike.

NSi leader Matej Tonin.
Photo: BoĊĦtjan Podlogar/STA

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