Potočnik: I Would Consider Third Term as Commissioner

Slovenia's European Commissioner Janez Potočnik would seriously consider a third term in the European Commission...
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Anti-Corruption Commission "Comedy" Goes On

The recently appointed deputy presidents of the Commission for the Prevention of Corruption, Jurij Ferme and Darko...
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"Right" Parties Happy with Juncker Candidacy

The leaders of right-leaning parties that are part of the European People's Party have welcomed the choice of former...
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Rehn: Slovenia Must Intensify Work on Privatisation, Reforms

Slovenia should intensify work on privatisation, including of state-owned banks, continue with other economic reforms...
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Education Minister Says Ouster Motion Unfounded, Inappropriate

Education, Science and Sport Minister Jernej Pikalo responded on Thursday to the ouster motion filed by the Democrats...
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FM Criticised Over Ukraine Stance

Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec rejected criticism Thursday that Slovenia has positioned itself too close to Russia in...
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Slovenia Satisfied with EU Ministerial Conclusions on Ukraine

Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec expressed satisfaction following an EU ministerial dedicated to the crisis in Ukraine,...
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Leftist Groups Form United Left to Join Forces in EU Election

Three leftist non-parliamentary groups which are urging a switch to socialism will sign a coalition agreement on...
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