Weekly Review of Events Involving Slovenia from 20 to 26 December
Ljubljana, 27 December - The main news last week, which was marked by Christmas and Independence Day, came from the Constitutional Court, which rejected the parliament's petition to check the constitutionality of a potential referendum rejection of the technicalities bill on the erased. The issue will return to parliament's agenda, just as the game and hunting administration act, which was vetoed by the National Council. It was fairly quiet on the foreign policy scene, apart from an exchange of notes between Croatia and Slovenia over changes to Slovenia's maritime code, which gives Slovenia the legal basis to declare maritime zones. With a new Croatian government installed on Tuesday, Slovenian officials expressed the hope to find solutions to open issues.
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