BRATISLAVA (SITA) Ú The wording of individual regulations of the new version of the National Bank of Slovakia (NBS) Act revision has not been settled yet and is still under discussion. Finance Minister Miroslav Maxon confirmed this for SITA. Maxon said the reasons for postponing the NBS Act revision in Parliament until next week are some procedural conditions when adopting a law. The next steps will be decided during next two or three days. Not only the Finance Ministry and the central bank will hold talks on the revision, but also Parliament and individual parliamentary factions. "Talks will also be needed with Parliament and parliamentary factions because in the end the deputies are those who will vote on the revision," explained Maxon. Parliament, at a Maxon's request, decided on Thursday to postpone voting on the NBS Act revision for the next week. Originally the revision was on the agenda on Thursday during the ongoing 41st session. The NBS governor and vice governors, the finance minister, and the deputy finance minister agreed upon the elaboration of new wording to the NBS Act revision on Tuesday, February 3. The previous version of the revision stirred a wave of protests by the central bank, Slovak and foreign economists, and international economic organizations. It increases the limit to which the NBS may refinance the budget deficit from five to ten percent of state budget income of the previous year. Additionally, the eight-member Bank Board will be enlarged by two new members with five of them being appointed by the Cabinet. A third feature of the revision is that the NBS budget would be approved by Parliament.