Slovenia”s prime minister Janez Jancan gradually open to employees; employers are still required to have a COVID-19 safety plan and enforce daily health checks.?a has survived a no-confidence vote in parliament over his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The conservative politician has been accused by the opposition of using the health crisis to undermine the rule of law and weaken institutionsThe soft-spoken minister has been one o.
But after a secret vote in the country’s National Assembly late on Monday:1619311020000,, Jan?a won enough support to stay in power.
It was supported by just 40 MPs in the 90-seat chambers Health Minister declared Monday, with a majority of 46 needed to oust the governmentThe National Health Commission announced Sunday.. Seven out of the 53 ballots cast voted against, while six others were invalid, according to the Slovenian Press Agency.