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Politics Press Review 1:00

Mladina puzzled by inaction in corruption cases

Mladina takes a look at several cases of alleged corruption and wrongdoing, wondering how it is possible that none of the involved politicians has been found guilty, while an ordinary citizen would definitely be punished or at leased fined for similar crimes.

Politics Press Review 1:00

Paper argues in favour of provinces

The Koper-based regional newspaper Primorske Novice explains just why Slovenia needs to be divided into provinces, finding in its editorial on Friday that the only way to get MPs to endorse regionalisation is by public pressure, which does not appear to be forthcoming at the moment.

Politics Press Review 1:00

Večer does not see an end to Brexit conundrum yet

The newspaper Večer does not expect British MPs to heed the EU's call, for the umpteenth time, to find out want they want, as it writes about the uncertainty still ahead for the new Brexit deal in Friday's commentary.

Society Oct 17, 2019, 22:02

MPs fail to endorse any conclusions in long-term debate

The National Assembly discussed Slovenia's ailing system of long-term care on Thursday, failing to back opposition proposals calling on the government to examine why as much EUR 74.5 million had been allocated merely for analysis, after endorsing them on the committee.

Politics Oct 17, 2019, 17:19

PM says 'no' to N Macedonia would lead to unpredictability

Prime Minister Marjan Šarec said as he arrived for a two-day EU summit in Brussels on Thursday that should North Macedonia fail to get green light for the start of EU accession talks today, the matters would get unpredictable. "It would be nice of the EU to keep its promises," he said.

Politics Oct 17, 2019, 17:01

President and NSi on same page about digitalisation

President Borut Pahor and the opposition party New Slovenia (NSi) agreed on Thursday that a discussion on digitalisation was necessary, with both sides coming to an agreement that the president's office will hold a debate on the matter this year.

Sports Oct 17, 2019, 15:58

Ljubljana Marathon aiming for new women's record

After making headlines last year due to a new record in men's category, this year's Ljubljana Marathon will strive for reaching new heights in the women's category. The most popular running event in Slovenia will be held on 27 October, with several thousand runners expected to hit the streets of the capital.