Opposition Unhappy with Agenda of April Session
Ljubljana, 22 April - Representatives of the Slovenian opposition expressed their dissatisfaction with the agenda of April's parliament session. At the onset of the session, representatives of the Social Democrats (SDS) and New Slovenia (NSi) said they did not intend to endorse the nine-point agenda for the session, claiming it was deficient. The agenda was nevertheless adopted 44-to-16.
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