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Better and better

15.09.2017

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The results of the three years of work of the government of Prime Minister Miro Cerar show just what the government can accomplish when it has a clearly defined goal – the wellbeing of citizens, businesses and the society as a whole. The country is in such good shape that Slovenia is now experiencing both continuous economic growth and steady reduction of unemployment, including among young people, mainly on account of the active employment policy.

The government has also begun work on one of Slovenia’s largest infrastructure projects, the construction of the second track on the Divača-Koper rail line, which it succeeded in rescuing from a dead end after more than two decades of effort by all of the past governments. It has designed a project which represents an enormous development opportunity for Slovenia and which according to initial estimates will create more than 9,000 new jobs.

Furthermore, the government has also found success in other areas: it has brought back the culture of dialogue to society and has eliminated the policy of division and exclusion. We are too often unaware of how our culture of dialogue accompanies us at every step in our everyday lives, and that better mutual understanding starts with the individual.


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