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The Slovenian Parliament as an institution doesn't exist[edit]

This article should be deleted, as the institution simply doesn't exist, neither legally nor functionally. There is only the National Assembly and the National Council, but they are separate and independent bodies. They only share the same building, which is called the Parliament. edolen1 14:28, 3 October 2007 (UTC)

This is correct, although it is not unusual for a bicameral legislature to not be institutionalized as such (compare, e. g., the parliament of Austria). Still, I would propose to insert an explanatory note, so as to address this issue. --Alib (talk) 14:23, 3 May 2009 (UTC)
The article should cover the history since the convention of the first Slovenian parliament in 1945. Constitutions changed a lot since then. --Eleassar my talk 17:18, 16 December 2010 (UTC)

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Removed France Bučar statement[edit]

I removed the statement by France Bučar, as it doesn't relate strongly to the topic, as it is more about politics in general than just the parliament. Also, I imagine similar opinions can be found about the politics of most democratic states. User332572385 (talk) 18:23, 9 February 2014 (UTC)

  • According to the June 2012 statement by France Bučar, one of the founding fathers of Slovenian democracy and independence, the democracy in Slovenia is very weak, with the power concentrated in the hands of a few people, as in the time of the Socialist Republic of Slovenia before 1991, and the Slovenian Parliament is only a formal institution.[1]