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Slovenia observes Statehood Day

Slovenia is observing Statehood Day today, remembering 25 June in 1991, when parliament passed key pieces of legislation that paved the legal path for the country's independence from Yugoslavia.

Politics Jun 24, 2018, 21:49

President says Slovenians should be proud of their country

Slovenians should feel happy and be proud of their country on Statehood Day, President Borut Pahor said in his keynote on the eve of the holiday remembering the day when Slovenia declared independence 27 years ago.

Politics Jun 24, 2018, 19:07

Nazi propaganda posters distributed in Velenje

Several Nazi-themed posters had been hung up in public places in Velenje the night before last. The posters were removed from the streets on Saturday and the Celje police are conducting a hate speech investigation.

Politics Jun 24, 2018, 16:50

Strong control of EU outer borders key for Slovenia, PM says

A strong control of EU's outer borders is extremely important for Slovenia, Prime Minister Miro Cerar said as he arrived for an extraordinary EU Summit on migrations in Brussels on Sunday afternoon. He also underlined close cooperation with refugees' countries of origin and transition countries.

Politics Jun 24, 2018, 0:30

All set for main Statehood Day ceremony

Celebrations marking Statehood Day in remembrance of 25 June in 1991, when parliament passed several pieces of legislation which enabled Slovenia to declare independence, will culminate tonight with the central state ceremony featuring President Borut Pahor as keynote speaker.

Politics Jun 24, 2018, 0:30

Cerar attending migration summit

Outgoing Prime Minister Miro Cerar will represent Slovenia today at the summit on migrations convened in Brussels by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.

Politics Jun 23, 2018, 20:03

Poll shows SDS widening the gap over LMŠ

The election winner, the Democratic Party (SDS), has widened the gap over the runner-up Marjan Šarec List (LMŠ) to more than 14 points in the latest poll commissioned by the commercial broadcaster POP TV.