Delo: National Security Council - the Affair Concluded?
Ljubljana, 18 April - Last week a controversy that was probably the major one in Slovenia after 1990 was hushed up in a rather unglamorous way. It is a controversy about whether the state should have a national security council and where it should operate: with the president of the state or with the prime minister. The developments related to the national security council have always been the focus of attention in all countries, no matter whether their systems are presidential or parliamentary, because they reflect the balance of political power, Delo writes on Saturday.
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