Obstruction of SDS and NSi MPs Criticized in Parliament
Ljubljana, 16 November - The decision made by the MPs of the opposition Social Democrats (SDS) and New Slovenia (NSi) not to participate in the vote on the new prime minister because they did not agree with the proposed composition of parliamentary working bodies, raised disapproval among MPs of those parties that signed the coalition agreement on Wednesday, as well among MPs of the National Party (SNS) and the Youth Party (SMS). All deputy groups criticized the obstruction of the SDS and the SNi, saying that the vote on the prime minister should not be linked with the talks among deputy groups on the composition of parliamentary working bodies. Heads of the SDS and NSi deputy groups, Janez Jansa and Andrej Bajuk, on the other hand, criticized the future government parties for neglecting the opposition's role of a supervisor.
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