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Politics 11:06

Slovenian police to get another multi-purpose helicopter

The Slovenian police force will get another AW169 soon after Slovenia purchased the first multi-purpose helicopter ,manufactured by Italy's Leonardo Helicopters, in early 2020. The value of the contract is slightly above EUR 15 million.

Politics Jul 24, 2021, 15:56

Janša urges pre-election efforts at SDS annual get-together

The leader of the ruling Democrats (SDS) Janez Janša addressed the party's rank and file at the kick-off of their annual gathering near Bovec on Saturday, calling on the party's members to step up in the 2022 election campaign.

Politics Press Review Jul 24, 2021, 12:35

Delo says elderly will be key in deciding election outcome

The newspaper Delo says on Saturday that when planning a strategy for the next parliamentary election campaign, one should take a look at the 11 July referendum turnout. If youths continue to turn out in great numbers, they will help determine the outcome of the election, but votes of elderly will be key, Delo argues.

Politics Press Review Jul 24, 2021, 1:00

Dnevnik makes a case for banning spyware

In the wake of the leaked Pegasus project, the newspaper Dnevnik says on Saturday that spyware should be banned as is chemical warfare and all accusations against Israel should be instead directed at European governments and the EU.

Politics Press Review Jul 24, 2021, 1:00

Večer says coalition on verge of conflict of interest

Večer says in Saturday's commentary that lawyer Franci Matoz being named chairman of the board of directors of the Bank Assets Management Company (BAMC) is just another example of the interference of the ruling Democrats (SDS) in the economy, adding that there are many other examples of public officials being on the verge of conflict of interest.

Politics Jul 23, 2021, 20:09

Report of Janša's vacations with lobbyists in Mauritius raising dust

Following a report that PM Janez Janša has been holidaying in Mauritius with representatives of the largest healthcare suppliers in Slovenia for years, part of the opposition has demanded a debate in parliament. On the other hand, the prime minister's office noted that Janša had never been on the island when he served as prime minister.