#DailyBreaking: Slovenia’s premier resigns over court ruling on referendum
During my term the economic crisis ended. Slovenia has stable economic growth, third strongest in EU,” he said. “We have the lowest unemployment rate after 2009.” The government also has faced a wave of strikes and protests by public sector workers demanding higher wages amid economic recovery. Many schools in Slovenia were closed Wednesday as teachers went on strike for the second time in a month.
Slovenia’s Supreme Court ruled earlier Wednesday that government backing for the railway project during the referendum campaign was one-sided and could have affected the outcome of the vote. The referendum in September approved the government’s plan to build 27 kilometers (16 miles) of additional railway linking the Adriatic port of Koper with the Divaca hub near the border with Italy. 
The date for the new referendum wasn’t immediately set.
Associated Press Writer Jovana Gec in Belgrade, Serbia, contributed to this report.

via Skytunes Media UN

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