The Conference of Slovene Social Democrats Winds up

Maribor, 13 November - The Slovene Social Democratic Party (SDS), the largest opposition party in the Slovene parliament, ended a two-day conference on Saturday, adopting 17 resolutions. The party defined its positions on the topical political issues and thus offered alliance to those parties that are ready to face Slovenia's development challenge, SDS President Janez Jansa said.

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