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Business Press Review 10:22

Mladina disappointed with govt's poor preparation for NLB sale

The weekly Mladina is critical of the government for what it sees as a blunder in the sale of the bank NLB. The government planned to preserve control over the bank through state-owned companies, but then the securities market watchdog said it could not be done. The government obviously walked into this without having prepared properly.

Politics Press Review 9:11

Delo critical of dirty elections and egotist power lust

The newspaper Delo is critical of dirty campaigns ahead of the local elections on Sunday, saying that election is no longer a holiday of democracy. In many places, elections have become the disgrace of democracy and many people have simply stopped caring.

Politics Press Review 9:03

Dnevnik comes down hard on politics as seen in local elections

Looking at the ten mayoral candidates in Ljubljana, of whom only the top two are household names, the newspaper Dnevnik comments under the headline Disintegrating Power of Olympism that this reflects the erosion of Slovenia's political system in recent years.

Sports 8:30

Slovenian ski jumpers starting season without Peter Prevc

The Ski Jumping World Cup season will start this weekend in Poland's Wisla without Slovenia's best jumper Peter Prevc, who needs additional training following his recovery from two ankle surgeries. Timi Zajc, a 18-year-old talent who stood out during the summer, is now the main hope of the Slovenian team, which has a new headcoach.

Politics 8:00

Šrot still unrivalled after 20-year reign in Celje

Standing halfway between Ljubljana and Maribor, Celje has been facing environmental issues and a drain of young people, having recently lost the title of the third-largest city in Slovenia. But everything suggests that there will be no change after local elections as long-time Mayor Bojan Šrot is virtually unrivalled.