PRESS REVIEW FROM SLOVENIA, JANUARY 30, 1992
Ljubljana, 30 January - THE DNEVNIK: THE ANNIVERSARY - The duality and uncoordinated actions of Slovenia's Prime Minister Peterle and one of his most incisive ministers, Dr. Dimitrij Rupel, reached a peak during the past few days, in precisely the field in which relations between the two began to crumble; mainly: the staff policy of the Prime Minister, who last year at around the same time vied for favourable votes by appointing loyal followers to posts abroad without the knowledge of the Foreign Ministry. Commentator Zoran Senkovič was of the opinion that the Prime Minister used to the best of his advantage Foreign Minister Rupel's capital error of not putting up a more determined struggle last Spring against the wrangling between the parties and above all, against the unacceptable duality forced upon the Foreign Ministry by others.
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