Ljubljana, 1 October - The Assembly of Slovenia's Draft standpoints and conclusions concerning the post-moratorium implementation of the June 25, 1991, independence acts were presented at a session of the Assembly's Commission for international relations. The Draft is a sum total of the positive and negative results of the three-month moratorium on Slovenia's independence acts as adopted with its June 25 Declaration of independence, which moratorium was provided for under the Joint declaration adopted on July 7 at the Brioni and signed on July 11 in Zagreb. The Assembly will consider the Draft at a joint session of its three chambers tomorrow. The Draft will represent the basis for the further steps in the process of emancipation of the Slovene state after the moratorium. The moratorium will unconditionally expire on October 7 and with it all the obligations under the Annexes 1 and 2, although due to objective circumstances the requirements from the Joint declaration and the two annexes have not in entirety been fulfilled, particularly those concerning the agreement on future association and cooperation between the republics of the former SFRY and peace in the territory of the former state.

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