Daily headlines - Friday, 28 April

Ljubljana, 28 April - Below is a review of the headlines in Slovenian dailies for Friday, 28 April:


Sexual abuse
"Pope apologises to Slovenian victims": Pop Francis met a group of sexual abuse survivors from Slovenia and offered an apology. His message to the group was to continue their fight and expose "bad shepherds". (front page, 3)

Day of Uprising Against Occupation
"Rebellious man is a man of hope": President Nataša Pirc Musar has laid a wreath in front of the house where the Liberation Front was established during World War II and said in her message that Slovenia must be proud of the resistance because it made the nation's survival possible. (front page)


Call centre for patients
"Minister extends cooperation with Telekom": The Health Ministry signed a seven-month call centre contract with Telekom even though it initially announced it would extend it by only two months. It also published a tender for a substantive and systemic upgrade of the call centre. (front page, 2)

"Archdiocese of Ljubljana gets EUR 22.6 million compensation": The Archdiocese received EUR 22.6 million in compensation for delays in denationalisation cases. (front page, 3)


Mayoral term limitations
"Going against perennial mayors": The Pirates party has launched a campaign to collect signatures to file in legislative procedure a bill that would limit the number of mayoral terms to two. (front page-3)

Relation in coalition
"Freedom Movement doing a solo performance, while SD and the Left playing extras": The two smaller coalition parties are calmly observing high-handed moves of the Freedom Movement. The paper wonders whether they are in a too-submissive position. (front page, 5)

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