National Council Vetoes Law to Transform Duty-Free Shops
Ljubljana, 7 February - A recently adopted law that would end the duty-free status of shops on Slovene land borders with Austria and Italy was vetoed by the National Council in a 16:12 vote on Wednesday. The National Assembly will now have to take another vote on the law. At least 46 MPs in the 90-seat parliament will have to vote for it if the law is to get the green light.
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