Home Affairs Weekly Review, 2 - 8 January
Ljubljana, 9 January - The week was fairly quiet save for the many debates and round tables on the manner of funding the construction of bloc 3 of the Trbovlje steam plant that is to be decided on Sunday's referendum. Another outstanding event was the decision of the government majority partner, Liberal Democracy of Slovenia (LDS), to stay in coalition with its minority partner, the Slovene People's Party (SLS). The Ministry of Defence started the year with inevitable lapses which this time involved the battalion of guards. It had its squad present at the ceremonial proclamation of the most prominent Slovene woman of the past year. The Slovenian Armed Forces general staff said this was because the ceremony was also attended by supreme commander, President Milan Kucan, who, however, was not very pleased with the presence of soldiers at the ceremony.
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