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Published by: Slovenian Webclassroom on Apr 14, 2010
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Chronology ofEvents 1991-2006
1991,1992,1993,1994,1995,1996,1997, 1998,19992000,2001,2002,2003,2004,2005,2006
25 June The Assembly of theRepublic of Slovenia adoptsthe Basic ConstitutionalCharter on the Independenceand Sovereignty of theRepublic of Slovenia, theConstitutional ActImplementing the BasicConstitutional Charter, andthe Declaration ofIndependence. 26 June Solemnproclamation of Slovenia'sindependence and sovereignty. CroatiarecognisesSlovenia. 27 June Yugoslav People'sArmy invades Slovenia. ThePresidency of the Republic ofSlovenia makes the decisionthat Slovenia will defend itsindependence andsovereignty with all availableresources.7 July Following interventionfrom the EuropeanCommunity, the BrioniAgreement is adopted, whichstipulates that Slovenia andCroatia implement a three-month moratorium on all theirindependence activities.
24 July An administrative ruleon the release of allSlovenian soldiers from theYugoslav Army is issued.30 July Lithuania recognisesSlovenia.13 August On behalf of theSlovenian leadership, foreignminister Dimitrij Rupel sendsa 'memorandum' containingproposals for resolving thecrisis in Slovenia to all CSCEand EC member states.7 October The moratoriumstipulated by the BrioniAgreement expires, andSlovenia starts enforcing itsindependence legislation.The Assembly approves thetolar as the national currency.Slovenia takes control of herborders.25 October The last soldier ofthe Yugoslav Army leavesSlovenian territory.16 December The foreignministers of the EC adopt thedecision that the EC wouldrecognise the independenceof all Yugoslav republicswhich sought to do so, andmeet certain criteria.19 December Icelandrecognises Slovenia.Germany and Sweden do thesame, but pass anamendment stipulating thattheir resolutions would beeffective as of 15 January.26 June 199126 June 199123 December The Assemblyof the Republic of Sloveniapasses a new constitution,which becomes the firstconstitution of independentSlovenia.23 December1991
13 January The Vaticanrecognises Slovenia. 15 January Slovenia isrecognised by France,Belgium, the UK, Denmark,Austria, Switzerland, Malta,Hungary, Norway, Bulgaria,Poland, Australia, Canadaand the EuropeanCommunity. 17 January Italian presidentFrancesco Cossiga visitsLjubljana and personallypresents the documents ofrecognition. 24 March The CSCE Councilof Ministers accept Sloveniaas a full member. 11 April Solemn oath ofallegiance of the firstgeneration Sloveniansoldiers. 14 May At a joint session ofthe Assembly of the Republicof Slovenia, the MPs elect ina secret ballot a newgovernment headed by thePrime Minister Dr JanezDrnov
ek, and this ends thetwo-year tenure of thegovernment headed by LojzePeterle.22 May Slovenia is acceptedto the UN as its 176thmember.10 September All chambersof the Assembly of theRepublic of Slovenia passthe National AssemblyElections Act, and theNational Council Act.30 September The Bank ofSlovenia issues and puts incirculation the newly createdtolar banknotes and coins.6 December The Demos14 May 1992

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