The Slovenia Times

"Mini supplementary budget" in National Assembly


The "mini supplementary budget" for 2012 adapts the account of financing of the national budget and the account of financial claims and investments to the developments during the year, as the government argues that a "real" supplementary budget is not necessary.

Jelušič, a former defence minister of the now opposition Social Democrats (SD), will fill the spot vacated when Pahor was sworn in as president on 22 December.

The changes to school meals legislation to be debated increase the number of students in primary and secondary schools eligible for subsidised meals.

They were proposed by the government after both the coalition and the opposition had already requested that the issue be addressed.


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