The Slovenia Times

Economy to Headline Questions to PM



The three questions from the opposition will deal with efforts to restart the economy and fix Slovenia's banks.

The opposition Democrats (SDS) will ask the prime minister about what the party sees as a lack of a government strategy for economic growth.

BratuĊĦek will be asked about support for the public disclosure of assets transferred to the Bank Asset Management Company (BAMC) by the People's Party (SLS).

New Slovenia (NSi) will meanwhile ask whether the move to wipe out holders of subordinate bonds in state-owned banks and recent decisions by BAMC were necessary and just measures as part of efforts to fix the ailing banking sector.

The lone coalition question will come from the Social Democrats (SD), who want the prime minister's view on statutory caps on management pay in state-owned companies.

The agenda of the January plenary, which will run through 4 February, will be headlined by the opposition-sponsored motion to oust Infrastructure Minister Samo Omerzel, which will be debated on Wednesday.

Also on the agenda are 17 pieces of legislation, including the Slovenian Sovereign Holding bill and Financial Administration bill.


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