The Parliament Kept its Pace of Work
Ljubljana, 11 August - In the statistical summary at the conclusion of the spring session of work, which includes the first half of 1994, the President of the National Assembly Herman Rigelnik reported that the Slovenian Parliament kept its pace of setting the legal base for parliamentary democracy and the adjustment of the old legislature with the new constitutional order. The National Assembly had 7 regular and 12 special sessions. The members of the Assembly spent the equivalent of 72 days in the parliament. In that time, they dealt with more than 300 issues.
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