SDS and NSi Deputy Groups Absent from Parliamentary Session
Ljubljana, 16 November - MPs of the Slovene Social Democrats (SDS) and the New Slovenia (NSi) did not attend the Parliament session on Thursday. Their absence at the session was not a "classic obstruction" of parliamentary work but merely a way to express their wish for the deputy groups to continue talks so as to secure the conditions in line with the standing orders, which are necessary for the continuation of the extraordinary Parliament session to decide on the next Prime Minister, SDS leader Janez Jansa and NSi's Andrej Bajuk told a press conference during the secret vote on the Prime Minister designate Janez Drnovsek.
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