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Politics 6:00

Limiting of refugee rights dominates Amnesty 2016 report

The improvements in the human rights situation in Slovenia in 2016 were almost completely eclipsed by the active efforts of the state to limit the rights of migrants, asylum seekers and refugees, according to the annual report of human rights NGO Amnesty International for Slovenia published on Wednesday.

Business Press Review 1:00

Večer critical of Cimos management

The social bomb of car industry supplier Cimos did not start ticking yesterday, it is a result of years of misguided staffing policies, guided by returning of favours and by personal gains, the daily Večer says in Wednesday's commentary entitled Stupid.

Politics Press Review 1:00

Delo sees Carinthia events as part of century-long assimilation

The daily Delo is not surprised by the contentious proposal for the Carinhtian constitution that only mentions German as the language of this Austrian province. It describes it as the latest step in the systematic assimilation of the Slovenian minority that began almost a century ago.

Politics 0:30

Slovenia expects no warnings from Commission in economic policy report

The European Commission is to release on Wednesday its latest package of documents analysing the economic and financial situation in EU members sates, including an assessment of remaining imbalances. Finance Minister Mateja Vraničar Erman expects no serious warnings for Slovenia, since the situation in the country is improving.

Politics 0:30

Serbian foreign minister paying official visit

Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić will pay an official visit to Slovenia on Wednesday. Aside from being received by his Slovenian counterpart Karl Erjavec, he is scheduled to meet top Slovenian officials for talks dedicated to bilateral relations.

Business Feb 21, 2017, 21:09

Slovenia still hoping Cimos deal can be salvaged

Slovenia is hopeful the privatisation of Cimos can proceed after Croatian Finance Minister Zdravko Marić told Slovenia's Mateja Vraničar Erman on Tuesday that Croatia no longer had any reservations about the deal. The matter "can still be resolved favourably," Vraničar Erman said.

Politics Feb 21, 2017, 20:26

FM and Carinthian governor urge dialogue over minority rights

Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec and Carinthian Governor Peter Kaiser called for continued dialogue and constructive political debate to allow a solution for the provincial constitution that will be acceptable to both the Slovenian minority and Austrian political parties, the Foreign ministry wrote on Tuesday.