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  • Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

    22.03.2018 - The Government, acting as the general meeting of Slovenian Sovereign Holding (SSH) ordered the SSH management board to convene the general meeting of Nova Ljubljanska banka (NLB) and to adopt resolutions whereby in the event of existing or potential new final judgements of Croatian courts against Ljubljanska banka or NLB pertaining to transferred foreign currency deposits the interests of Slovenia will be fully taken into account and that adherence to the Slovenian legal order and international treaties will be ensured.

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    20.03.2018 - PM Miro Cerar met the newly elected Senator of the Italian Republic Tatjana Rojc. They talked about the situation of the Slovenian minority in Italy, the political situation in the neighbouring country after the elections and about the the relations between Slovenia and Italy. Senator Rojc stressed that she would continue the work of her predecessor Senator Tamara Blažina.

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    National Assembly takes note of resignation of Prime Minister

    20.03.2018 - The National Assembly took note of the resignation of Prime Minister Dr Miro Cerar on 20 March 2018. From this date on, the Government performs its regular duties and responsibilities as a caretaker government.

  • Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

    15.03.2018 - At today's session the Government took note of the IMAD's Spring Forecast. High economic growth will continue this year and will remain at a high level next year. In accordance with provisions on the functioning of the EU, the Government will write to the European Commission informing it of infringements of EU law on the part of the Republic of Croatia and calling on it to act.    

  • Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

    PM Cerar resignes

    14.03.2018 - PM Miro Cerar has announced he is stepping down in response to the Supreme Court's decision to annul the September 2017 referendum on the Koper-Divača rail project. Cerar promised he would see to it that the government takes care of the day-to-day business and pressing matters and to preserve peace and stability in Slovenia until a new government is elected.

  • Photo: Bor Slana/STA

    01.03.2018 - The Government discussed two sets of materials today in connection with the procedure being conducted by the European Commission regarding the implementation of its commitment to sell Nova Ljubljanska banka. Minister of Finance Mateja Vraničar Erman presented the Government with a report on her most recent discussion with EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager, which was held on 26 February in Brussels, and the Government also approved Slovenia’s draft reply to the European Commission’s January letter. 

  • Photo: Thierry Monasse/STA

    23.02.2018 -

    Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar attended today in Brussels the informal meeting of leaders of the EU-27 Member States, who focused their attention on two important topics that are especially significant for the future of Europe. They addressed issues related to the multiannual financial framework for the period after 2020, and institutional issues that are arising in view of the European elections in 2019. The EU leaders, who today conducted the first such discussion, agreed that the future financial framework must be effective and development-oriented.
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  • Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

    22.02.2018 - At today’s session the Government appointed Secretary-General of the Government Lilijana Kozlovič as the head of the special government negotiating team for addressing strike demands, discharged Major General Andrej Osterman of the duties of Chief of the General Staff of the Slovenian Armed Forces  and adopted a draft act amending the Witness Protection Act.

  • Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

    15.02.2018 - At today's session, the Government adopted the draft Social Inclusion of Disabled Persons Act. The act replaces the Social Care of Mentally and Physically Disabled Persons Act from 1983 and rounds out Slovenian legislation in the area of disability care with the objective of allowing disabled persons in the community to live independently (Use of Slovenian Sign Language Act, Equalisation of Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities Act, Personal Assistance Act).

  • Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

    PM Cerar attended the celebration marking Slovenian cultural day

    07.02.2018 - PM Miro Cerar attended the celebration marking Slovenian cultural day held in Ljubljana's Cankarjev dom Cultural and Congress Centre. Prešeren Awards, the highest recognition for lifetime artistic achievements in Slovenia, were awarded to poet Boris A. Novak and ballet dancer and choreographer Janez Mejač. The Prešeren Fund Awards for individual achievements were conferred to filmmaker Marko Brdar, actor Matej Puc, performer Simona Semenič, ballet dancer Valentina Turcu, photographer Boris Gaberščik and intermedia artist Maja Smrekar.


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