Weekly review of events in Slovenia from 26 December 1998 through 1 January 1999
Ljubljana, 2 January - The week was peaceful save for the turbulent reactions to news from Brussels that Austria was planning to seize the rights of the cradle of breed of the Lipizzan horses. During preparations for the early legislative referendum on government funding of Trbovlje steam plant block 3 (TET 3) scheduled for 10 January 1999, opponents declared the project a financial fraud. President Milan Kucan and Premier Janez Drnovsek addressed citizens on New Year, reminding them of the many achievements Slovenia had made in 1998 and pointing out the challenges it will face in 1999. Several weaker earthquakes were felt on New Year's day.
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