Slovenian fishermen face mounting fines as court battle looms

Croatian authorities continue to issue fines to Slovenian fishermen who are catching fish in waters that Slovenia considers its territory under a border arbitration agreement that Croatia refuses to accept.

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Doctor Radan acquitted of all charges

Ivan Radan, a neurologist charged with killing four terminally ill patients, was acquitted as a trial that lasted almost three years concluded at the Ljubljana District Court on Tuesday.

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Logar’s announcement to fight Janković (face of corruption) for the position of mayor has triggered a wave of enthusiasm

The announcement on Facebook that Dr Anže Logar would run for mayor of Ljubljana has triggered a very positive response from the public as Zoran Janković has held the position since 17 November 2006. Janković is far from being a moral authority given the final indictment in the Stožice matter, the affair with the pharmacist, the indebtedness of Ljubljana, and many other things, so it is not surprising that people long for a change that would contribute to a normalisation of Ljubljana.

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Persecutor of entrepreneurs Luka Mesec enjoys high-class resort in five-star hotel

Last Friday, the persecutor of entrepreneurs Luka Mesec was seen in Opatija in the luxurious Wagner café of the five-star Milenij hotel. It is becoming increasingly evident that Mesec’s Left party only espouses socialism when it comes to electoral votes. Otherwise, they drive Mercedes-Benzes and spend their summers in bourgeois environments.

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Pahor convinced arbitration decision will be implemented

President Borut Pahor, who signed the border arbitration agreement exactly nine years ago as prime minister with his Croatian counterpart Jadranka Kosor, expressed the belief at the anniversary that the border arbitration decision, announced in June 2017, will be implemented sooner or later despite Croatia's rejection.

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Finance wants individual consumption in Slovenia to increase

Noting that the actual individual consumption in Slovenia was at 77 % of the EU average last year, the newspaper Finance asks in Monday's commentary how Slovenians could secure more disposable income, adding that higher net wages could be secured by lowering taxes and various charges.

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Slovenia down three spots to 40th in Doing Business report

Slovenia has placed 40th, down three spots from the year before, in the World Bank's Doing Business rankings for 2019, which indicate the ease of doing business in individual countries. Among the ten fields observed, Slovenia fared the best in trading across borders, where it shared first place with several other countries.

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Senior officials lay wreaths at monuments for All Saints' Day

President Borut Pahor laid a wreath at the memorial to all victims of war and war-related violence in the centre of Ljubljana on the All Saints' Day holiday on Thursday, accompanied by parliamentary Speaker Dejan Židan and Prime Minister Marjan Šarec.

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Father of US First Lady, Viktor Knavs, Outside Slovenian Court: "This is Even Worse Than in the White House!"

Father of the US First Lady, Viktor Knavs, sued journalist Bojan Požar for his article "Documents, Tax Evasion: Viktor Knavs, Melania Trump’s Father Went to Jail?!" Knavs is blaming Požar of violating Article 160 of the Penal Code, since the charge against him was allegedly offensive.

In October 2016, Požar in his article reported that Knavs was imprisoned for tax evasion and illicit trafficking. The Reporter magazine wrote that Požar was referring to the documents known as and to the central alphabetical record of the Interior Ministry from the time of the communist regime.

Knavs argues that he did not evade taxes nor deal with illicit trafficking and that he has never been convicted or imprisoned. Knavs claims that the documents are incomplete and inaccurate.

Knavs did not want to give any statements to the journalists outside the court. According to the Slovenske novice newspaper, Knavs had to routinely empty his pockets before entering the court and he had to remove his watch. "This is even worse than in the White House," said the most famous Slovenian father-in-law in the world. Knavs wandered around the capital of Ljubljana without security guards.

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Parliament rejects SDS proposal for VAT cut

Parliament voted down on Thursday what was already the third attempt by the opposition Democrats (SDS) to bring VAT to pre-crisis levels.

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Work starts on Maribor-Šentilj railway upgrade

Work on the Maribor-Šentilj railway upgrade will begin in earnest on Friday as the rail link between Maribor and the border with Austria in the north-east is closed.

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Vraničar Erman will be remembered for surplus

Mateja Vraničar Erman, a former finance minister who is now a Finance Ministry state secretary whom the government will dismiss today, will be remembered for Slovenia recording a general government surplus in 2017 for the first time since independence, Delo says in Thursday's front-page commentary as it looks at her term in office.

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Public sector unions and government far apart in starting proposals

The public sector trade unions are a proposal that was presented to them by the government negotiating team in the negotiations. As one problematic issue, they pointed out that, unlike the one from March, the government proposal does not foresee an increase in the wages of the worst paid, ie those of the 26th grade. Negotiations continue on Friday.

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Analysts happy NLB privatisation okayed, waiting for price range

Analysts are yesterday's move by the Supervisory Board of SDH, which lit the green light for NLB sale by confirming the price range for the share, the STA welcomed. The range remains confidential until the announcement of the prospectus for the sale of shares, but they think that the signals from the market are good, although the current situation is not the most favorable.

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Slovenia confirms receiving Brussels budget letter

Yesterday, Slovenia responded to a letter from the European Commission regarding the budget plan for 2019. According to the Ministry of Finance, they replied in a reply that they will send a new draft budget plan for the next year after they will forward the supplementary budget for 2019 to the National Assembly and the fiscal world.

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