Weekly Report Of Events In Slovenia From 1 To 8 October

Ljubljana, 8 October - Internal affairs in Slovenia had a very intensive week. The deputies continued their September parliamentary session and managed to reach some important agreements on legislative matters. By issuing the ownership certificates, the citizens of Slovenia became co-owners of, in the old system called "the socially-owned property", or, according to Finance Minister Mitja Gaspari, the "capitalists". Diplomats returned from their visit to the USA and continued their way to Vienna. Following the recent examples of the industry workers, the police went on strike last week, but with no evident public support. Silvan Jakin, the head of security service in the last three months, resigned from his directory place in the SOVA (Slovene Intelligence-Security Agency). Slovenians celebrated two events that took place in the second World War.

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