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Society 15:46

Weather: More rain and wind, risk of floods

Rain will persist in Slovenia on Tuesday, accompanied by southerly and south-westerly winds. Temperatures will be mild, between 6 and 14 degrees Celsius, increasing the risk of flooding due to snowmelt.

Business 15:25

Stock market loses 0.5%

The Ljubljana Stock Exchange's SBI TOP index closed 0.54% lower at 775.79 points on Monday, dragged down mostly by the pharma company Krka stock, which lost 1.47% to close at EUR 53.70. Daily turnover amounted to EUR 800,690, of which EUR 224,650 was accounted for by Krka.

Politics 15:08

Number of public administration employees up, down in civil service

The number of employees in public administration increased by around 6% between 2014 and 2017, while the number of employees in the civil service fell by 0.5% during the same period, Prime Minister Miro Cerar said as he answered a question from the opposition at the start of the National Assembly's December plenary.

Politics 14:43

Anti-graft tsar rejects criticism to mark Anti-Corruption Week

The head of the Commission for the Prevention of Corruption, Boris Štefanec defended the work of the watchdog to mark Anti-Corruption Week in Ljubljana on Monday. He said that the commission's work continued normally after the resignation of his deputy Alma Sedlar last month.

Politics 11:04

Luka Koper chief supervisor stands by proposal to replace management

The chief supervisor of Luka Koper Rado Antolovič has defended in an interview with Delo his proposal to replace the port operator's management. He highlighted issues related to outsourcing, while also arguing the current management had "exhausted its managerial skills".

Politics 9:56

Šarec party shoots straight to the top in Delo poll

A poll released by Delo on Monday has the party of presidential race runner up Marjan Šarec, who confirmed he was preparing for the 2018 general election only last week, beating all the usual frontrunners. The Marjan Šarec List got 15.7% and is trailed by the junior coalition SocDems at 12.6% and the opposition Democrats (SDS) at 12.2%.