Gov't Tackles Public Administration Reform, Four Bills to Be Enacted by Mid-June
Ljubljana, 9 May - Public administration reform dominated the agenda of Thursday's session of the Slovene government, as the ministers confirmed four bills dealing with public administration reform, and sent them to third reading. If the bills are not adopted at Parliament's May session, an extraordinary session is to take place before 13 June in order for the bills to find their way into the European Commission's annual report on Slovenia's progress in accession to the EU.
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