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Politics 15:01

Committee okays postponement of issue date for biometric ID cards

The parliamentary Committee on the Interior and Public Administration unanimously approved on Friday a proposed amendment to the identity cards act under which new biometric ID cards will start to be issued on 28 March 2022, instead of 3 January 2022, as was initially planned.

Politics 14:49

Janša emphasizes connective role of CEI in address to summit

Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Janša discussed the need to bring the Western Balkans into the EU as he addressed by video link the summit of the Central European Initiative (CEI) in Budva on Friday. He also emphasised the initiative's role as a bridge between the EU countries in Europe's east and south-east.

Politics 14:47

EU lacks unified approach to Russia, debate hears

The main challenge of the EU in relation to Russia is its fragmentation, agreed MEPs Milan Brglez (S&D/SD) and Klemen Grošelj (Renew/LMŠ), RTV Slovenija correspondent from Russia Vlasta Jeseničnik and publicist Branko Soban in a debate hosted by the European Parliament's Liaisons Office on Friday.

Politics 13:29

Zorčič urges climate change measures in Mediterranean

Parliamentary Speaker Igor Zorčič advocated the need to implement measures to tackle climate change in the Mediterranean as he addressed a summit of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Union for the Mediterranean in Brussels on Friday. The region is heating up 20% faster than other parts of the planet.

Politics 11:38

Foreign Policy Committee approves new bill on deployment

The Foreign Policy Committee approved a proposed new bill on deployment in civilian missions and international organisations in second reading on Friday. The proposal is intended to enable the timely nomination and deployment of Slovenian experts, said Foreign Ministry State Secretary Gašper Dovžan.

Politics 11:14

Committee agrees with amendment to audiovisual services act

The parliamentary Culture Committee endorsed on Thursday an amendment to the audiovisual services act filed by the group of non-affiliated MPs to transpose an EU directive after a government-sponsored proposal did not make it through parliament. The government too agrees with the proposed changes.