Next Week in Slovenia: 16 - 22 September, 2019

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Next Week in Slovenia: 16 - 22 September, 2019 ProWritingAid

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Keep up with the daily news in Slovenia by checking the morning headlines here

This summary has been prepared by the STA:

MONDAY, 16 September
        LJUBLJANA - Indian President Ram Nath Kovind will start an official visit at the invitation of Slovenia's Borut Pahor.
        BRUSSELS, Belgium - Foreign Ministry State Secretary will attend a session of the EU's General Affairs Council.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary inquiry into alleged abuse at the Bank Assets Management Company will set the course of action.
        LJUBLJANA - A conference on smart cities organised by several research institutions and local-government associations.
        LJUBLJANA - The European Mobility Week will start, with 78 municipalities participating with activities to reduce road traffic.
        LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release July pay data.

TUESDAY, 17 September
        LJUBLJANA - The Economic and Social Council will debate the budget bills for 2020 and 2021.
        LJUBLJANA - Cypriot Parliament Speaker Demetris Syllouris will pay a visit.
        LJUBLJANA - The Public Administration Ministry will present a package of proposed changes to the public sector pay system.
        KRANJ - The management of Gorenjska Banka will speak about the bank's performance and business plans.
        PORTOROŽ - The Metod Badjura Award for lifetime achievement will be conferred as the Festival of Slovenian Film gets under way.
        RAVNE NA KOROŠKEM - The Festival of Slovenian Jazz will open with a concert by Gal Furlan.
        MARIBOR - An exhibition on Poland's suffering during WWII will open at the Museum of National Liberation.

WEDNESDAY, 18 September
        BERN, Switzerland - President Borut Pahor will start a two-day official visit to Switzerland.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee will be in session.
        LJUBLJANA - Jorge Domecq, chief executive of the European Defence Agency, will meet Defence Minister Karl Erjavec during a working visit to Slovenia.
        LJUBLJANA - Stolpersteine, concrete blocs with brass plates bearing the names of Holocaust victims, will be installed at several locations in Ljubljana as part of European Days of Jewish Culture.
        KOPER - The Ironman 70.3 Slovenian Istria, taking place on 22 September, will be presented to the press.

THURSDAY, 19 September
        LJUBLJANA - Weekly government session.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Home Policy Committee will resume a debate on how Slovenia is protecting the Schengen border.
        KOPER - The parliamentary commission for the Italian and Hungarian minorities will debate bilingual services provided by administrative bodies in bilingual areas.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary subcommittee on Roma will discuss representation of the Romany communities on local councils.
        MURSKA SOBOTA - The Večernica Prize for best children's book will be conferred.
        LJUBLJANA - The Forum of Slavic Cultures will host an international conference of the European Museum Academy.

FRIDAY, 20 September
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Commission for Slovenians Abroad will debate progress in the repatriation of ethnic Slovenians from Argentina.
        LJUBLJANA - The EU Affairs Committee will discuss EU Council's recommendations on Slovenia's National Reform Programme and Stability Programme.
        LJUBLJANA - President Borut Pahor will host yet another in a series of debates on changes to electoral law.
        TRIESTE, Italy - Slofest, a cultural festival of the Slovenian minority in Italy; until 22 September.
        LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release the September consumer confidence index.

SATURDAY, 21 September
        LJUBLJANA - The coalition Modern Centre Party (SMC) is expected to elect Zdravko Počivalšek to succeed Miro Cerar as party leader as it meets for a congress.
        MIREN - A meeting for peace will mark International Day of Peace, with MEP Tanja Fajon (S&D/SD) delivering the keynote.
        IVANČNA GORICA - Catholic youths will convene an annual event that is the largest gathering of its kind in Slovenia.

SUNDAY, 22 September
        PORTOROŽ - Former internees, political prisoners and stolen children will hold their annual meeting. President Borut Pahor and Minister for Slovenians Abroad Peter Jožef Česnik will deliver addresses.
        KOPER/IZOLA/PIRAN - The Ironman 70.3 Slovenian Istria.

 

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