Golob: There is no agreement on the reconstruction of the government in the coalition

“Nothing changes, regardless of what someone says. Anyone at this moment,” Prime Minister Robert Golob said in a statement to the media. He explained that there is no agreement on the reconstruction of the government, and thus responded to the statement of the Minister of Labor Luka Mesca that there will be no Ministry for a Solidarity Future. This should be taken over by Mesec according to the law on the government, which is currently hindered by the referendum process.





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The month has decided: there will be no Ministry for a Solidarity Future

Prime Minister Robert Dove in a statement to the media on Thursday, after the meeting of the Gibanja Svoboda party council, he said that as long as it is in the referendum initiative, they cannot change the government law one way or another.

Dove: Nothing changes, no matter what anyone says

If signatures are collected and filed for the referendum, the initiator of which is SDS, they will also defend it. “Nothing changes, no matter what anyone says. Anyone at this moment,” the prime minister said.

Golob believes that the impression was unnecessarily created that this law on the government only deals with three new ministries. “This law is significantly more,” says Golob. The essence of the law is to reorganize the government, as it is supposed to reorganize a whole range of sectors – connecting some, unbundling others, including departments related to housing and long-term care. “Regardless of the staffing of each ministry,” he said.

“When the law enters into force, we will have to appoint ministers. Period,” said Golob. They will decide on the possible reconstruction of the government later, he said. “There was absolutely no agreement on this in the coalition,” said Golob. He added that they only agreed not to rush into it until the referendum is over.

Regardless of the outcome of the referendum, Mesek would like to remain Minister of Labour

In an interview with STA last week, Mesek said that the Ministry for a Solidarity Future, which was planned by Robert Golob’s government, will not exist, regardless of the outcome of the referendum. He added that he would remain Minister of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities and announced that the areas of housing policy, long-term care and economic democracy would be transferred to this department. Mesac asserted that he informed the Prime Minister about this.

SDS started collecting signatures for the referendum on the government law on September 1. They will be collected for 35 days, until October 5.



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