Dnevnik: Some Other Time
Ljubljana, 25 May - Though unwillingly, most of the MPs gave a new foreign affairs bill credit for being up-to-date, adjusted to EU standards, and even more efficient than the existing legislation on Slovenia's foreign affairs. They were unanimous that it was high time for Slovenia to get such a document, but they generally shared the opinion that it is unacceptable for candidates for ambassadors not to need approval, but merely an opinion of the parliamentary foreign affairs committee, the daily Dnevnik observes on Friday, a day after the National Assembly launched a debate on a new foreign affairs bill.
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