To head off a breakup of Yugoslavia, presidents of the federation's six feuding republics agreed at a June 6 summit to try to form a looser confederation. But Slovenia, the most prosperous republic, still plans to declare independence on June 26. Its parliament is already enacting laws to set up Slovenia's own central bank and army, although it will delay plans to issue its own passports and currency.
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