Slovenia to Introduce Provinces to Narrow Regional Gaps, Says Interior Minister
Helsinki, 28 June - Slovene Interior Minister Rado Bohinc pointed out on Friday that Slovenia is one of a few members of Council of Europe (CoE) that is still not divided into provinces. Bohinc, who attended a two-day ministerial CoE conference on regional self-government in Europe in Helsinki, told the meeting that Slovenia is introducing provinces for better and more balanced development, to narrow the regional gaps and decentralize power.
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