Daily headlines - Monday, 2 October

Ljubljana, 2 October - Below is a review of the headlines in Slovenian dailies for Monday, 2 October:


"Digital notary in 2025": The Justice Ministry and the Notary Chamber have issued a call for application for the digitalisation of notary services. Under the plan, all services, with the exception of will drafting will be available online. The EUR 1.2 million call for applications is currently being challenged by the applicant that had not been chosen. (front page, 3)

Slovakia election
"Orban's ally is back": The party of Slovakia's former prime minister Robert Fico won with overwhelming support the country's parliamentary election. Fico's winning formula was a mixture of populism and nationalism and strong support for Russia. (front page, 5)

"Roglič leaving Jumbo Visma with 80 victories under his belt": Cyclist Primož Roglič announced he is leaving team Jumbo Visma, with which he achieved great successes. He is to reveal the name of his new team on Saturday. (front page, 9)


Ljubljana primary schools
"Fewer children but still too few classrooms at some schools": There are fewer primary-school children in Ljubljana overall, but some schools are facing overcrowding due to new apartments having been built nearby. (front page, 6)

"What could be the effects of recession in Germany": Germany is a key market for many Slovenian companies but above all the automotive sector. China has overtaken Germany in electric vehicles, which is a threat to the core of Germany's business. (front page, 2)


New apartments on Masarykova Street
"70% bought with cash": Some 70% of the 81 units in the new building on Masarykova Street, near the central station, were cash-bought. Seven individual buyers bought 30% of the units, with Zoran Đukić, the owner of Stoja real estate agency, buying four, and former Kolektor boss Stojan Petrič buying three units. (front page, 6)

Automotive industry strike
"What there is to know about the US car industry": The paper provides an overview of the strikes taking place at some of the US biggest car manufacturers. (front page-3)

Real estate auction
"Price skyrockets for 80-year-old house near Kranjska Gora": An 80-year-old house in the village of Dovje fetched over EUR 442,000 in a public auction, EUR 252,000 more than the asking price. (front page, 5)


"Fit into the future": The grapes were picked off the world's oldest vine on Sunday in what had become a festival that drew a great number of people on this sunny weekend. (front page, 6)

ITF call
"Allegations of wrongdoing": A Slovenian maker of demining machines has turned to the Corruption Prevention Commission with suspicions that a call by ITF - Enhancing Human Security was tailored for a specific Croatian maker. (front page, 3)

Second nuclear reactor
"Government's nuclear manoeuvres": The paper is wondering why the government is putting off the decision about building a second nuclear reactor given that there is much demand in Europe but few contractors. (front page-3)

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