Voting Rights Restrictions in Companies Examined by Constitutional Court
Ljubljana, 30 September - Statutory restrictions on voting rights in publicly traded companies, set down in the 1993 company act, are to be done away with by the middle of 2003, according to the changes made to that piece of legislation in 2001. This is why some minority shareholders of publicly traded companies have tasked the Constitutional Court to check whether the changes are in line with the Constitution, explaining that minority shareholders would be in future robbed of one of the instruments protecting their (minority) corporate rights.
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