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Dec 07, 2017 13:38 EEST
December 7 (SeeNews) - The European Commission said on Thursday it has decided to take Slovenia to the Court of Justice of the EU over the failure to transpose EU rules on public procurement and concessions into national law.
All member states were obliged to notify the transposition of the latest public procurement rules by April 18, 2016. Slovenia has to date failed to do so despite several warnings, the Commission said in a statement.
It noted that it will call on the court to impose a daily penalty payment of 8,992.32 euro ($10,591) for Slovenia from the day of the judgement until these directives are fully enacted and in force in national law.
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