M. Podobnik Explains "Inconvenient Incident" at Government Session

The outgoing Deputy Prime Minister, Marjan Podobnik, explained the reasons for an "inconvenient incident" that occurred at the first government session after the non-confidence vote was passed last Saturday. As Podobnik told the press, the incident originated in the fact that the outgoing Minister of Labour, Tone Rop, who chaired the meeting and was authorised by the outgoing Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek on Wednesday to lead the government in his absence, refused to put on the agenda the guidelines drawn up by the Government Office for Legislation defining the government's powers after the non-confidence vote.

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