Vecer on the First 100 Days of the New Slovene Gov't

Ljubljana/Maribor, 10 March - In the first one hundred days of governing, the fourth Drnovsek government has managed to pass a budget proposal for 2001, from which it can be seen that it was born in a rush. The budget thus contains a number of expensive, but practical solutions, thus contradicting the earlier announcements that the budget will be a result of a thorough thinking process on budgetary expenditure for all four years and would also include a revision of all national programmes, writes the daily Vecer on Saturday.

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