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Ljubljana, 24 April (STA) - The National Assembly voted 41:10 on Thursday to call a referendum on the new archives act on 8 June after the opposition Democrats (SDS) walked out in protest because they wanted the vote to be held with the EU elections on 25 May. The SDS said they would challenge the decree at the Constitutional Court.
Ljubljana, 24 April (STA) - Slovenia is expected to honour its commitments and reduce the general government deficit to below 3% of GDP, according to the Stability Programme that the government adopted on Thursday.
Ljubljana, 24 April (STA) - As the tension is mounting ahead of Friday's vote on the presidency of the senior coalition Positive Slovenia (PS), officials from two coalition partners have indicated that the best option in case of PM Alenka Bratušek's defeat at the PS congress would be holding a snap election before summer recess.
Ljubljana, 24 April (STA) - The management and supervisors of national telco Telekom Slovenije have proposed to the annual general meeting to earmark EUR 21.66m or EUR 3.33 gross per share for dividends for 2013, while keeping the remaining EUR 43.39m in distributable profit undistributed.
Ljubljana, 24 April (STA) - Popes John XXIII and John Paul II, who will be declared saints on 27 April, have also influenced the Church and developments in Catholic Slovenia. This is especially true for Pope John Paul II, who visited the country twice and played an important role in the Vatican being one the first to recognise Slovenia's independence.
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