Prime Minister Answers MPs' Questions on Bank Privatisation and Cost of NATO
Ljubljana, 22 January - The Slovene Parliament began its regular January session with the usual question round for the government on Tuesday. Andrej Bajuk of the opposition New Slovenia (NSi) thus demanded some answers on the privatisation of banks, while head of the opposition Slovene National Party (SNS), Zmago Jelincic, inquired about the potential cost of Slovenia's NATO membership.
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