New "Ideological" Attempt of Halting Privatisation Failed

The opposition United Left (ZL) failed to persuade fellow parties to back suspension of privatisation in Thursday's...
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Unclear Position of Slovenia About Financial Transactions Tax

Finance Minister Mramor will meet his counterparts in Brussels on Friday to discuss a financial transactions tax...
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Official Confirmation: Janša Stays in Prison

The Supreme Court has turned down the extraordinary appeal by Janez Janša against the conviction in the Patria...
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Deal Between Unions and Govt For Now Impossible

The government put forward a fresh set of measures to cut the public sector wage bill as talks with the trade unions...
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Opposition Parties on the Centre Left and Right Facing Potential Leadership Change

The opposition Alenka Bratušek Alliance (ZaAB), all but wiped out from approval ratings after Bratušek's EU...
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Slovenia's New EU Commissioner Starts Term Upbeat

Violeta Bulc is assuming the office of European Transport Commissioner on Saturday as the new European Commission...
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Merkel Tells Cerar Slovenia Can Count on Germany in Consolidation Efforts

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said after talks with PM Miro Cerar in Berlin on Thursday that the Slovenian...
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Ex Commissioner Potočnik Staying in Brussels to Promote Sustainable Development

Slovenia's former European Commissioner Janez Potočnik, who served in the two Barroso Commissions as the commissioner...
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