Provinces to Decentralise Slovene Authority, Municipalities Concerned About Funds
Ljubljana, 17 June - The introduction of provinces in Slovenia is an integral part of the country's public sector reforms and as such consequently requires changes to the Constitution, as the current provisions do not cater for this, Slovene Interior Minister Rado Bohinc told Monday's public exchange of views on constitutional changes required for the implementation of provinces. Although Bohinc painted the positive aspects of the establishment of regions, some were still not convinced, especially representatives of local communities, who are afraid that they would have to carry the financial burden of this project.
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