Weekly Review of Events Involving Slovenia from 27 April to 3 May
Ljubljana, 4 May - After more than a six-month delay, the Italian government last week finally appointed its members to the parity committee, a body that will monitor the implementation of the act protecting the Slovene minority in Italy. Parliament Speaker Borut Pahor paid a visit to Bosnia, discussing the debt of the former Ljubljanska banka to Bosnian savers and the latest trade dispute which started when a shipment of milk from a Bosnian dairy was rejected by the Slovene border authorities, apparently because it did not have an EU-compatible certificate for milk exports. The week, which was marked by Labour Day celebrations, concluded with the National Council vetoing the act on the public sector wages only a week after it was adopted in parliament.
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