by J.S., STA
The parliamentary foreign policy and EU affairs committees debated Thursday Prime Minister Janez Janša’s foreign policy actions.
Having levelled criticism at Janša, the opposition walked out of the session after five hours and the coalition confirmed resolutions in support of his and the government’s positions. The committees rejected resolutions that would have condemned Janša’s actions as inappropriate and damaging to Slovenia’s reputation and called on the government to honour the compromise solution on the EU budget and recovery fund.
The opposition walked out on procedural grounds after the chair did not grant a Left MP the chance to reply to a claim.