The newspaper Večer says that the debate on state funding of private primary schools has become tiresome, adding that the state was being hypocritical about implementing the rulings of the Constitutional Court, while also noting that the bill on full state funding of private schools is utterly ideological.
The visits by Chinese President Xi Jinping to Russia and North Korea show that his country's ideological, geopolitical, security and economic principles are getting increasingly connected into a unified, long-term and multi-layered programme of transformation of China into a global superpower, Delo says on Thursday.
Slovenia did not have the courage to stand up to the European Commission when it was pressured into a hefty bank recapitalisation, Delo says on Thursday. But it did muster the courage to say no when the EU tried to prevent an investigation into Slovenian central bankers' role in the 2013 bank bailout.
Below is a review of the headlines in Slovenian dailies for Thursday, 20 June:
The business newspaper Finance praises on Thursday the completion of bank privatisation, saying that Slovenian banks will no longer be prey to politics. However, it says problems related to the country's bank rehabilitation are far from over.
It will be sunny in Slovenia on Thursday, with the possibility of storms in the afternoon. Morning lows will stand between 12 and 20 degrees Celsius, while daytime highs will climb to between 27 and 31 degrees.
The annual Lent Festival will get under way in Maribor tonight with the opening gig by Dubioza Kolektiv, the Bosnian band touted as a high-octane, ska-punk-reggae-rock attraction.