Slovenian Language Must Be Protected, But...
Ljubljana, 18 May - Debating a bill on the public use of the Slovenian language, which aims to promote the use of Slovenian at home and abroad and to guarantee the care for the language, MPs from all parties on Tuesday largely supported such a piece of legislation. Nevertheless, a rather strong opposition came from some MPs of the Liberal Democrats (LDS) who mainly criticised the provision stating that Slovenian companies must bear Slovenian names. They argued this would limits the freedom to do business.
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