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Politics 14:31

Pahor meets Tusk, wraps up visit to Brussels

President Borut Pahor wrapped up his two-day trip to Brussels with a meeting with European Council President Donald Tusk on Thursday. Pahor expressed great satisfaction with his stay, saying was not a classic visit dictated by protocol.

Politics 14:11

Govt cancels changes to Lex Manga, NGO appeased nonetheless

The government decided on Thursday against amending the law adopted for the Magna Steyr paint shop near Maribor in line with a proposal by an environmental NGO. The NGO indicated last week it would nonetheless refrain from appealing against the environmental permit for the EUR 160m investment.

Politics 13:46

Slovenia ordered to pay EUR 75,000 to former JNA member

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled that Slovenia must pay within three months EUR 75,000 in compensation to a former member of the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) who had not been recognised the right to old-age pension.

Politics 13:42

Govt opts against EUR 300m-plus armoured vehicle deal

The government has decided against sealing a EUR 306m deal to acquire 48 eight-wheeled Boxer armoured personnel carriers from the Organisation for Joint Armament Co-operation (OCCAR), Slovenia's biggest defence purchase in a decade.

Politics 11:17

Supreme Court quashes guilty ruling in child abuse case

The Supreme Court has quashed a 2018 ruling of the Ljubljana Higher Court that found a former priest guilty of sexual abuse of a child, newspapers Delo and Slovenske Novice report on Thursday. By overturning the District Court's ruling without holding a hearing, the Higher Court violated the principles of direct applicability and non-contradiction.