In the history of every nation there is a precisely defined moment that enables a nation to become sovereign, its own master on its own land. Such a moment reflects the positive attitude of most citizens or members of the nation. Such a moment represents the centre of the nation's values. For us, Slovenians and citizens of the Republic of Slovenia, this is the moment of independence.
An online petition calling both for the resignation of World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and the inclusion of Taiwan in the globalist body was nearing one million signatures Sunday morning, Breitbart reported.
The campaign began on January 31 when the petition titled, “Call for the resignation of Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General,” appeared on Change.org, citing Tedros’ refusal on January 23 to designate the Wuhan coronavirus a global health emergency.
More than 58% of those polled trust the government it is doing the right thing amid the coronavirus epidemic, with 22% not trusting it, a poll released by the newspapers Dnevnik and Večer shows.
Over 55% believe the planned measures to help business, sole proprietors and the self-employed are sufficient, around 25% consider them inadequate and 20% said they were not familiar well enough with them to comment. The online survey was carried out by pollster Ninamedia among 1,300 people on 25 and 26 March.
Just watch this video, you will see, how intolerant are the people and voters of left-wing political parties in Slovenia. They called for the execution Mr. Janez Janša, who is nominated for a new Prime Minister of Slovenia.
Having joined forces with the Modern Centre Party (SMC), New Slovenia (NSi) and Pensioners' Party (DeSUS) Janša can count on a comfortable majority in the 90-member parliament. Democrats (SDS) head Janez Janša is trying to form a centre-right coalition after the resignation of PM Marjan Šarec.
Janša said the coalition agreement showed the four parties were willing to seek compromise solutions and would work to tackle the most pressing issues that Slovenia faces, even as he acknowledged that it was impossible to achieve everything that had to be done in the two and a half years until the next scheduled election.
But the people and voters of Left-Wing political parties called for the execution Mr. Janez Janša, who was nominated for a new