Commission Rejects Secret Sessions on EU Matters; Gives Gov't More Flexibility
Ljubljana, 6 February - The parliamentary European affairs commission has adopted a number of amendments to the bill regulating the relationship between the government and parliament in taking decisions on EU matters, among them one that will allow the government greater flexibility in deciding on EU matters. Meanwhile, the commission turned down the government-proposed amendment which would make parliamentary bodies discuss EU matters behind closed doors.
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