Social partners set to revive talks after year-long deadlock

Ljubljana, 6 June - Social dialogue on the Economic and Social Council, the country's main industrial relations forum, looks set to be revived almost a year after employer representatives decided to quit, feeling ignored by the government. Prime Minister Robert Golob told the press Thursday that a declaration laying down precise coordination rules had been agreed on.

Prime Minister Robart Golob speaking to the press after the government held a session in Krško.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

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