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ponedeljek, 6 decembra, 2021

Response to the invitation to the Prime Minister and Minister of Culture in connection with the debate on the rule of law in Slovenia


Sophie In ‘t Veld (Renew / D66), who heads the Group for Monitoring Respect for Democracy, the Rule of Law and Fundamental Rights within the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Rights, Justice and Home Affairs, has sent an invitation letter to the Prime Minister Janez Janša and Minister of Culture Vasko Simoniti for in camera exchange of views on the latest development in Slovenia in relation to Democracy, Rule of law and Fundamental Rights”.

The Prime Minister Janez Janša and Minister of Culture Vasko Simoniti are happy to accept the invitation; however the exchange of views should be organized in a physical form at the premises of the European Parliament, the exchange should be public and the sufficient time to address the envisaged topics should be provided.

We have also kindly invited Sophie In ‘t Veld to consider to join the “fact finding mission” that Prime Minister proposed to the European Commission.

Source: gov.si


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