Busy First Year of EU Membership, but No Major Shocks
Ljubljana, 3 April - Elections to the European Parliament, the EU constitution and the formation of a new European Commission were the biggest events of the soon-to-be-celebrated first year of Slovenia's EU membership, and commanded a lot of public attention. Yet is seems as if the keenly anticipated EU entry did not change the daily life of the people much. The turning point will arguably be the introduction of the euro, which has been made a top priority by the government.
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