The Slovenia Times

Parliament Starts March Plenary


Questions from the floor are the only item on the agenda for Wednesday, while several legislative motions will be debated Thursday, most notably amendments to the real estate tax act.

The tax rate for all residential real estate will be set at 0.15%, reversing the original law's 0.5% rate for non-occupied property.

On Friday MPs will debate changes to the related act on the mass valuation of real estate introducing the option of objection to the values established by the Surveying and Mapping Authority (GURS).

The second reading of the reform Slovenia Sovereign Holding (SSH) bill is also on the agenda on Friday.

The bill changes the composition of the management and oversight bodies of the SSH and introduces a demographic fund that will finance public pensions with proceeds from the sale of state-owned companies.

Over a dozen legislative motions are on the agenda for next week, as well as an interpellation motion against Education Minister Jernej Pikalo (31 March), and the motion to oust Interior Minister Gregor Virant (4 April).


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