Christian Democrats Meet for Slovenia's Future

The opposition Slovene Christian Democrats (SKD) have gathered in Carinthia's Prevalje, northeast, for their 10th annual meeting on Sunday. SKD President Lojze Peterle in his address criticised the existing economic, social and education systems as well as the pension reform. The gathering was attended by around 17,000 visitors, and by the leaders of the Social Democratic Party (SDS) and the People's Party (SLS), Janez Jansa and Marjan Podobnik.

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