Parliament: Doctors from the EU Will Have to Speak Slovenian
Ljubljana, 26 September - MPs on Thursday passed the bill on pursuing health professions in Slovenia by citizens of the EU, according to which health workers will have to speak Slovenian with their patients. The act, which was passed unanimously in an emergency procedure, allows Italian and Hungarian languages to be spoken in the doctor-to-patient communication in the border areas populated by Hungarian and Italian ethnic minorities.
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