Next Week in Slovenia: 11 - 17 November, 2019

By , 10 Nov 2019, 10:43 AM Lifestyle
Next Week in Slovenia: 11 - 17 November, 2019

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Keep up with the daily news in Slovenia by checking the morning headlines here. What to find out what happened last week in Slovenia? Look no further.

The following schedule was prepared by the STA:

MONDAY, 11 November
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary inquiry commission investigating the late-2013 bank bailout will interview the finance and prime minister at the time, Aleš Čufer and Alenka Bratušek.
        LJUBLJANA - The Employment Service will talk about a shortage of labour force.
        LJUBLJANA - Employees at the national postal company are expected to go on strike.
        LJUBLJANA - Days of Slovenian Tourism, a three-day event for tourism industry professionals, will kick off.
        NURSULTAN, Kazakhstan - Danilo Türk, Slovenia's former president, will attend the annual meeting of the Astana Club.
        LJUBLJANA - A selection of books from the Frankfurt Book Fair will be displayed at the Frankfurt after Frankfurt show, until 16 November.

TUESDAY, 12 November
        BRUSSELS, Belgium - Defence Minister Karl Erjavec will attend a session of the EU's Foreign Affairs Council in the format of defence ministers discussing cooperation between the EU and NATO.
        GENEVA, Switzerland - A delegation headed by Foreign Minister Miro Cerar will present Slovenia's report on the state of human rights at a session of a UN Human Rights Council working group.
        LJUBLJANA - President Borut Pahor will host another round of talks on changes to electoral law.
        LJUBLJANA - Next Round, a showcase of Slovenian startups for Slovenian and foreign investors.
        LJUBLJANA - Some 150 representatives from 20 countries are expected to take part in the Ljubljana Creative Forum, organised by the Foreign Ministry, Union for the Mediterranean and German Agency for International Cooperation; until 15 Nov.

WEDNESDAY, 13 November
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee will discuss plans for an expansion of Slovenia's consular network.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Justice Committee will hold a public presentation of views on the long-awaited amendments to the integrity and prevention of corruption act.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary inquiry into prosecution of former Maribor Mayor Franc Kangler will interview State Prosecutor General Drago Šketa.
        LJUBLJANA - AmCham, the US chamber of commerce in Slovenia, will host a business breakfast dedicated to artificial intelligence and virtual reality.
        LJUBLJANA - Employers will hold their annual get-together.
        LJUBLJANA - The 30th Ljubljana International Film Festival will start, running until 24 November.

THURSDAY, 14 November
        PORTOROŽ - The start of the two-day Portorož Business Conference, one of the biggest business conferences in Slovenia.
        LJUBLJANA - Insurer Zavarovalnica Triglav is scheduled to release its financial statements for the third quarter.
        LJUBLJANA - The Slovenian Directors' Association will host a conference on corporate governance.
        LJUBLJANA - The National Assembly and several NGOs will host a debate on climate change.
        LJUBLJANA - The weekly government session.
        LJUBLJANA - The opening of the 26th Design Biennial BIO; until 9 February.
        LJUBLJANA - An exhibition on the achievements of early new age in Ljubljana (1500-1800) will be launched in the City Museum.

FRIDAY, 15 November
        ŠKOFJA LOKA - Foreign Minister Miro Cerar and Bavarian Europe Minister Florian Herrmann will be on hand for an EU Commission-sponsored debate on the future of the EU.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Finance Committee will debate amended budget documents for 2020 and 2021.
        LJUBLJANA - Energy group Petrol is scheduled to release its financial statements for the third quarter.
        ŽELEZNIKI - Janez Janša, Lojze Peterle, Marjan Podobnik and Aleš Primc will take part in an event in memory of independence figure Ivan Oman (1929-2019).
        LJUBLJANA - Environment Minister Simon Zajc will sign an agreement with an association of municipalities aimed at reducing the use of plastic cutlery.
        NOVA GORICA - The 20th Pixxelpoint, a festival of contemporary artistic practices will open; until 23 November.
        LJUBLJANA - Ana Plamenita, a street theatre festival dedicated to fire shows; until 16 November.
        LJUBLJANA - The period kicks in when winter gear for cars is mandatory; until 15 march.
        LJUBLJANA - A traditional Slovenian breakfast will be served on Slovenian Food Day.
        LJUBLJANA - The Statistics Office will release pay average data for September.

SATURDAY, 16 November
        LJUBLJANA - Slovenia will face off Latvia in the penultimate round of qualifying for the Euro 2020.

SUNDAY, 17 November
        MARIBOR - The opposition conservative party New Slovenia (NSi) will meet for a conference to endorse a reformed party platform.


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