O razpravi v socialistični enostrankarski skupščini in demokratičnem tranzicijskem parlamentu v Sloveniji
ON PARLIAMENTARY DEBATE IN THE SLOVENIAN SOCIALIST ASSEMBLY AND DEMOCRATIC TRANSITIONAL PARLIAMENT
Between 1986, when the socialist delegates (of that period) sat in the Assembly for the first time, and March 1990 the situation became different, as the boring socialist body was transformed into a modern parliament. The form of the Assembly was almost unchanged, the delegates were identical, only the manner of its activities had changed profoundly. Thus the 138 thick books of verbatim records of the Assembly sessions describe an almost Kafkaesque transformation. In the paper authors focus on the nature of these changes, trying to understand them through the characteristics of the assembly / parliamentary debate. It is precisely the debating which is the main feature and characteristic of any, even a one-party parliament.
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