Parliament will start a two-week session on Wednesday, where lawmakers will discuss the Minority SafePack initiative and the reorganisation of certain universities, among other issues.
The session will start on Wednesday with interpellations and immediate questions for the government, followed by a debate on the Minority SafePack initiative urging European Union protection for indigenous national minorities in the bloc.
On Thursday, lawmakers will discuss government proposals on changes in law enforcement regulations, public education and labour.
The Friday session will see a general debate on the reorganisation of multiple universities by putting their operation into the hands of foundations.
The session will end on Monday, April 12.