Former President Says Disputes over EU and NATO Referendums Tarnished Accession
Ljubljana, 10 March - The constitutional changes adopted recently to accommodate for Slovenia's EU and NATO entry were unnecessary, former president Milan Kucan told a radio interview on Monday. What is more, the two-month quarrelling between political parties on what the two referendums should be like was a "vote of no confidence" to Slovenia's democracy and "tarnished" the story of EU and NATO accession, he told Radio Slovenija.
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