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Politics Sep 22, 2022, 20:26

President voices opposition to ambassador recall again

President Borut Pahor has voiced a second time his disagreement with the recalling of the ambassador to the US. Even though he has the final say, he decided to go along with the government's decision, so as not to harm the government, but has been vocal about his opposition. Slovenia's diplomacy must be protected from party interests, he said.

Politics Sep 22, 2022, 17:43

SDS mounts ouster attempt against Foreign Minister Fajon

The opposition Democrats (SDS) tabled a motion of no confidence in Foreign Minister Tanja Fajon on Thursday, just two days after Interior Minister Tatjana Bobnar became the first minister in the Robert Golob government to face interpellation.

Politics Sep 22, 2022, 17:38

Govt appoints Ana Kerševan as new state attorney general

The government appointed Ana Kerševan as the new state attorney general at Thursday's session to replace Jurij Groznik. She will start serving her six-year term on 27 September, the Government Communications Office said.

Politics Sep 22, 2022, 13:03

CoE urges better conditions for Roma, more awareness of minority communities

Slovenian authorities should improve the housing conditions of Roma in informal settlements, prosecute hate speech, and promote public awareness of all minority communities in education, media and culture, the Council of Europe's Advisory Committee on the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities said in its latest report.

Arts Sep 22, 2022, 11:58

Sarajevo Safari, when monsters rise from people

Miran Zupanič says his latest documentary Sarajevo Safari, which reveals how the rich paid to kill civilians during the 1992-1996 siege of the city, shows what happens when order falls apart and "monsters rise up in people". The film changed how he sees the world but he believes awareness must be raised to protect peace.

Politics Sep 22, 2022, 0:30

Campaign starts in earnest ahead of presidential election

A month to go to the presidential election, the campaign can officially get under way on Thursday. The candidates will be able to campaign up until 21 October midnight when election blackout sets ahead of the 23 October vote.