Weekly Review of Events in Slovenia from November 27 to
Ljubljana, 4 December - REVIEW/WEEKLY/SLOVENIA
Last week was again marked by events in parliament. The National Assembly ended its November session, and started the December one after a one-day break. On Tuesday the members of the National Assembly were caught by surprise by the actions of the National Council which did not approve four laws and sent them back to the National Assembly for further discussion. The laws concerned included a supplementary law on gambling and casinos, which has already created a stir. A lot of attention focused on economic matters related to the area of work and the organisation of trade unions on one hand, and to questions relating to political matters on the other hand. The Bank of Slovenia promised not to change its monetary policy in 1994, while the government adopted a new reallocation of the budget. On December 1, all over the world and in Slovenia as well the attention was drewn to the 20th century plague - AIDS. A new political scandal is brewing, this one related to the ownership transformation of the "flagship" of the Slovenian economy - the Smelt company. The Italian editorial board of TV Koper-Capodistria ended their strike on Tuesday.
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