The Liberal Democratic Party stands for ownership of companies

Ljubljana, 16 September - To avoid a complete parliamentary blockade and great delay of the acceptance of the new ownership legislation, the LDP has prepared a few compromises between the government's and Mencinger's proposal of the Law on Ownership Reformation of Companies. These solutions have been put forward in the form of 32 amendments. As Mr. Janez Kopač, delegate of the LDP, and the secretary of the LDP, Mr. Mirko Bandelj, stated, they were led here mainly by their awareness that ownership has to be begun immediately and that immeasurable damage would be caused, if the government did not relent, if it remained unprepared for any kind of constructive proposals and if this law was delayed too long. The LDP are of the opinion that compromises are possible in four important points. The issue of funds cannot be avoided at this moment, but they must be only an aid in privatization and not an end goal. This could be achieved by neutralizing them. Purchase should remain somewhere between the state and the company, and would most easily be productively applied in the economy by directing it towards the financing of Slovenian banks for crediting and insuring export transactions, an important institution of any state and which Slovenians do not own yet. The role of the state in the synthesis of the two legislative proposals which the LDP is trying to unite, is in its organization and its promotion of a market oriented climate and its protection against monopolies, unloyal competition and corruption. The LDS also proposes a lowering of the lowest threshold for concrete ownership and, internally of this, greater possibilities for purchases of workers. Just so, they should equalize large and medium companies and extend the process of ownership.

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