Slovene-Macedonian Security Agreement Before Constitutional Court

A group of five Social Democrats (SDS) parliament members headed by party leader Janez Jansa will file Thursday with the Constitutional Court a motion to assess constitutionality and legality of the intelligence and security cooperation agreement between Slovenia and Macedonia, and of its adoption procedure. According to SDS leader Janez Jansa the document was not signed and ratified in accordance with the procedure set in the Foreign Affairs Act, and was also not publicly presented. The party is therefore considering a new impeachment motion against the prime minister.

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