Slovenian prime minister wants no restrictions for the country’s workforce once the country is admitted to the EU.23 May 2001 LJUBLJANA, Slovenia–In an angry letter sent to European Commission President Romano Prodi and European Union prime ministers and published on 18 May, Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek complained about the proposed bridging period for new […]

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