Cerar Wants Potočnik to Remain EU Commissioner

30 Jul 2014 / By STA, T. M.

The winner of the 13 July general election, the Miro Cerar Party (SMC), wants the outgoing government to nominate incumbent Slovenian European Commissioner Janez Potočnik for a third term, the party said on Tuesday.

Read Full Article »

Govt Unfreezes Privatisation

The outgoing cabinet decided Monday to unfreeze privatisation procedures following a complaint from the Slovenia...
Read More »

Good Relations Highlighted at Russian Chapel

The absurdity of war and the good relations between Slovenia and Russia were underscored at this year's traditional...
Read More »

First Round of Coalition Talks: Chit Chat Without Substance

Miro Cerar, the most likely new prime minister-designate, completed the first round of coalition talks Friday with a...
Read More »

Commissioner to Be Picked by Consensus or by New Govt

The outgoing coalition government decided on Thursday that the Alenka Bratušek government will not nominate...
Read More »

Final Election Results: No Dramatic Change

The People's Party (SLS) remains below the 4% threshold to enter parliament, while the Social Democrats (SD) have...
Read More »

Countdown Starts to Local Elections

While Slovenians are still waiting for the final official results of the snap general election held on 13 July,...
Read More »

Slovenia Loses Landmark LB Court Case in Strasbourg

Slovenia has lost a landmark ruling in the case of Yugoslav-era foreign currency deposits at the European Court of...
Read More »

Insulted and Defeated SDS Party Irrationally Smearing Their Own Country

Three MEPs of the Democrats (SDS) alleged violations of human rights and described the Slovenian general election as...
Read More »
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10