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Politics Press Review Oct 19, 2019, 11:49

Delo urges comprehensive analysis before opting for new flag carrier

Commenting on speculation that the government might decide to create a new flag carrier after Adria Airways went bust, the newspaper Delo writes on Saturday that any such decision should be preceded by comprehensive analysis of what is in the best national interest.

Politics Press Review Oct 19, 2019, 11:09

Delo critical of Catalan independence leaders

The newspaper Delo disapproves of the direction taken by the Catalan independence movement as reflected in street rioting in recent days, noting, in a commentary on Saturday that an increasing number of people prefer to stay at home.

Politics Press Review Oct 19, 2019, 1:00

Dnevnik says things getting really hot for Šarec in SOVA scandal

Dnevnik sees the SOVA job affair as the first scandal that has left PM Marjan Šarec without any real defence. The opposition Democrats (SDS) are smelling Šarec's blood and will do all they can to take revenge after his snatched power away from them, the paper says in Saturday's commentary.

Politics Press Review Oct 19, 2019, 1:00

Večer calls decision on N Macedonia, Albania disgrace

The long and heated debate at this week's EU summit on North Macedonia and Albania has come to a disgraceful close, the newspaper Večer says in Saturday's commentary entitled European Hypocrisy.

Business Oct 18, 2019, 20:52

Views on budget divided on Finance Committee but no amendments adopted

The parliamentary Finance Committee discussed on Friday as the final among the committees the budget documents for 2020 and 2021. While views were divided along the coalition-opposition divide, no amendments were adopted. The National Assembly is expected to vote on the budget documents in November.

Politics Oct 18, 2019, 20:00

MEPs: Decision on Croatia's Schengen entry should be taken by new Commission

Slovenia's MEPs have urged leaving the decision on Croatia's readiness to join the Schengen zone to Ursula von der Leyen's European Commission, arguing that such a strategic decision should not be taken by an outgoing Commission. This view was also expressed today in Brussels by Prime Minister Marjan Šarec.

Politics Oct 18, 2019, 18:12

Analyst thinks Johnson made most concessions in new Brexit deal

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson made the most concessions in the negotiations on the new Brexit deal, Peter Verovšek of the University of Sheffield told the STA on Friday. None of his demands was met, while the EU had offered the same deal already to former PM Theresa May, Verovšek said.