NSi wants EU commissioner pick to get consent from majority of MEPs

Ljubljana, 15 April - The opposition New Slovenia (NSi) has filed a bill under which the government will need consent of at least five Slovenian MEPs to propose a candidate for the Slovenian member of the European Commission. The party argues that this would provide the candidate with greater credibility.

New Slovenia - Christian Democrats (NSi).
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