Review of Events in Slovenia in June 1994
Ljubljana, 2 July - SLOVENIA/REVIEW/MONTH
Two ministers were replaced in Slovenian Government in June, and another one is to be replaced soon, while the fourth one kept his position for the time being. Namely, members of Parliament rejected the interpellation against Minister of Finance Mitja Gaspari on June 2, while two ministers were replaced later in June: Minister of the Interior Ivo Bizjak was replaced on June 7, after he offered his resignation because of the so-called Klagenfurt scandal, which involved Slovenian police. Bizjak was replaced by his party colleague Andrej Šter. Slovenian Parliament appointed new Minister of Labour, Family and Social Affairs Rina Klinar on June 21, after her predecessor Jožica Puhar was forced to resign by Prime Minister despite the vote of confidence in Parliament. Besides all that, Prime Minister Janez Drnovšek had to accept the resignation of Minister of Legislation Miha Kozinc on June 27, after the scandal with housing credits broke out. Prime Minister still has not found the candidate for this ministry.
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