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Politics Oct 19, 2018, 19:38

EU urges Slovenia to update budget plan ASAP

The European Commission urged Slovenia on Friday to update its budget plans for next year as soon as possible to ensure compliance with the EU's fiscal recommendations.

Politics Oct 19, 2018, 18:32

Caution as public sector pay talks start

The government and public sector trade unions held the first round of negotiations on Friday aimed at averting a series of strikes that several unions are planning for December as they seek higher pay and benefits. Both sides were cautious after the talks, though mindful of the need to make progress.

Politics Oct 19, 2018, 16:19

Pahor and Ader discuss cooperation, EU and migration

Economic cooperation between Slovenia and Hungary, the respective minorities, the EU and migration were some of the key topics discussed by President Borut Pahor and his visiting Hungarian counterpart Janos Ader on Friday. The pair also called for the new rail track to the Koper port to be built as soon as possible.

Politics Oct 19, 2018, 15:18

State's return on equity hit record in 2017

The return on equity of state assets hit 6.5% last year, the highest to date but still below plans, shows the annual report on the management of state assets. Assets in direct ownership of the state or Slovenian Sovereign Holding (SSH) added up to EUR 10.9bn at the end of 2017, up from EUR 10.4bn in 2016.

Politics Oct 19, 2018, 14:52

Ex-treasurer of Church acquitted in EU funds misuse

The Celje District Court acquitted on Friday Mirko Krašovec, the former treasurer of the Maribor Archdiocese, of charges of a misuse of EU funds in what is a second retrial in the case.

Politics Oct 19, 2018, 14:48

SDS invested the most in campaign, LMŠ with highest return

The opposition Democrats (SDS), the relative winner of the June general election, had invested the biggest amount of funds in the election campaign of all parties, while the party of Prime Minister Marjan Šarec had used the invested funds in the most effective way compared to the proportion of the vote it won.

Politics Oct 19, 2018, 11:27

Slovenian police force gets Taser guns

The Slovenian police force will be supplied in the coming days with its first 20 Tasers, all of which will be equipped with a camera. Following a training programme, the most exposed police units are expected to start using them next year. The police will moreover get 60 body cameras, Dnevnik reported on Friday.