Daily headlines - Tuesday, 17 October

Ljubljana, 17 October - Below is a review of the headlines in Slovenian dailies for Tuesday, 17 October:


Frankfurt Book Fair
"Biggest representation of our culture so far": Slovenia will start its guest-of-honour stint at the 75th Frankfurt Book Fair at tonight's gala opening, as the Slovenian publishers' long-standing wish is coming true. (front page, page 19)

"Krk terminal at capacity": The Krk liquefied natural gas terminal had its capacities fully booked by 2027 already before the war in Ukraine. Croatia plans to double the floating terminal's capacities by 2025. (front page, page 8)

Poland election
"Poland on the brink of change of government": A day after the general election, there was no doubt any more that Poland is on the brink of government reset. Law and Justice won the most votes but lost its majority. (front page, page 6)


Poland election
"Tusk receives mandate to stage political turnaround": Former Polish PM and head of the European Council, Donald Tusk, is practically the only one with a chance to form the ruling coalition after Poland's general election. (front page, page 7)

"Project to build new infectious disease clinic starts next year": The Health Ministry intends to start with the construction of new facilities for the Infectious Diseases Department immediately after the new year. (front page, page 8)

"Tensions between PM and president": There have been harsh words between the prime minister's and president's teams lately, and the situation is about to get even more tense as the former interior minister, who accused the PM of political meddling in the police and was appointed the president's adviser after resigning, is to be quizzed by a parliamentary inquiry. (front page, page 2)


"Is Tesla stock still appealing after 113% growth": Given the data and forecasts, it seems that Tesla shares have a bright future, but their price might already reflect a bull case scenario. (front page, pages 9-19)

New legislation
"How many women at helm of companies, ESG reporting and tax information disclosures": Currently in public consultation, changes to the Companies Act would transpose three EU directives into national legislation that deal with a gender-balanced CEO representation, ESG reporting, and disclosures of income tax information. (front page, pages 2-3)

Real estate
"Štrovsenek Mansion in Savinja Valley for sale": Spanning 1,400 square metres, Štrovsenek Mansion is for sale at the price of EUR 790,000. The potential new owner would have to invest an additional EUR 3 million to renovate the heritage-listed building. (front page, page 14)


Maribor infrastructure
"What will traffic regime be like": Večer podcasters hosted Maribor Mayor Saša Arsenovič and SDS councillor Dejan Kaloh to talk renovation of the Lent riverside area. The mayor announced that most of the area will be closed to traffic every day from 10am. (front page, page 13)

Prime minister
"Golob diving into a pit": The planned year of reform is turning into a year of wasted opportunities, as PM Robert Golob faces accusations that his government is more and more ineffective. (front page, page 2)

"Humanitarian catastrophe getting worse": Several experts comment on the situation in Gaza as concerns grow that the Israel-Hamas conflict will spread. (front page, pages 4-5)

Heating season
"Heating to be costlier by 20%": Energetika Maribor decided to start the heating season this morning. The price of heating will be up by some 20% until the end of the year compared to the same period last year. (front page, page 14)

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