Prime Minister Janez Janša attends mourning session of National Assembly
Prime Minister Janez Janša attended a mourning session in the Great Hall of the National Assembly honouring the deceased National Assembly Deputy Franc Kramar.
The mourning session was commenced by the speaker of the National Assembly, Igor Zorčič, who noted that the deputy’s personal and professional life was inseparably tied to the beauty of Bohinj and Triglav National Park, and that he was someone who could listen to both people and nature. “His successful and in this building widely appreciated efforts – first aimed at the enforcement of and later also the urgent amendments needed to the Triglav National Park Act – were motivated precisely by his awareness of the importance of the coexistence of man and nature,” said the speaker of the National Assembly. He added that the deputy was a man of action. “He was respected, because he built bridges, both those that connected to the opposite bank of the Sava Bohinjka, and those that connected people,” he stated.
The head of the Alenka Bratušek Party, Maša Kociper, also spoke.
The Police Orchestra Trumpet Quartet performed at the session.
The prime minister also signed the remembrance book.