The Slovene National Assembly in 1998
Ljubljana, 11 December - REVIEW/1998/NATIONAL/ASSEMBLY
The Slovene National Assembly, the legislative branch of power, reflected periodic crises in the heterogeneous government coalition and oscillations in power of the parliamentary opposition in 1998. In connection with preparations of the parliamentary parties for the local elections in autumn, that more or less expectedly led to an objective report of the European Commission about delayed harmonisation of Slovene legislation with the EU law. In weeks before the November local elections, the opposition filed a number of interpellation motions, an impeachment motion against Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek, and proposed Speaker Janez Podobnik step down.
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