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Society Press Review 8:00

Delo wants action on climate change

The resolutions adopted at the Madrid climate summit, expectedly today, will be important, yet not as important as concrete measures, which should have been taken years ago, Delo says in Saturday's front-page commentary Waiting for Miracle in Global City Where Nothing Happens.

Society 6:30

Weather: Clear skies with fog

After a snowy night, the skies are expected to clear up on Saturday morning but fog is expected in the low-lying areas. Morning lows will range from -7 to -1 degrees Celsius, and stand between 0 and 5 in the western Primorska region.

Society Press Review 1:00

Večer sees bleak future for car industry suppliers

With the situation in the European car industry and especially Germany's increasingly hard, Večer is worried about the prospects of Slovenia companies supplying the world's major car manufacturers. It notes over 700 suppliers generate some EUR 7.5 billion in annual revenue, which accounts for 10% of Slovenia's GDP and 20% of exports.

Politics Press Review 1:00

Dnevnik laments finality of Brexit after Conservative landslide

Dnevnik analyses the results of the UK general election in Saturday's commentary. It believes the landslide win by the Conservatives, which it says was helped both by Labour and the Brexit Party, means a tight Conservative grip on government for years to come.

Politics Dec 13, 2019, 18:15

Analyst: Corbyn's unpopularity, Brexit key for UK election outcome

The outcome of the British general election, which saw the Tories sealing a landslide victory and the Labour Party posting its worst result since 1935, is mostly a result of Brexit developments and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn being so unpopular with many voters, according to analyst Peter Verovšek.

Politics Dec 13, 2019, 18:00

Nine vying to become next anti-graft boss

Nine candidates have submitted applications to become the next president of the Commission for the Prevention of Corruption, including incumbent president Boris Štefanec and his deputy Uroš Novak, the office of President Borut Pahor said on Friday.

Politics Dec 13, 2019, 17:32

Idea to split key programme for EU funds remains in limbo

The idea to split a hitherto single operational programme that determines the phasing of EU funds, which has been under consideration for some time, remains in the air. The parliamentary EU Affairs Committee debated the motion with several stakeholders on Friday but left all options open as it refrained from adopting any resolutions.