Next Week in Slovenia: 2 - 8 December, 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, 2 December
        BELGRADE, Serbia - Foreign Minister Miro Cerar will start a two-day official visit to Serbia.
        LJUBLJANA - The National Assembly will convene an emergency session to vote on overturning upper chamber vetoes on budget bills for 2020 and 2021.
        BRUSSELS, Belgium - Interior Minister Boštjan Poklukar will attend a session of the EU's Justice and Home Affairs Council.
        BRUSSELS, Belgium - Infrastructure Minister Alenka Bratušek will attend a session of the EU's Transport Council.
        LJUBLJANA - ZSSS and Pergam, the two largest trade union groups, will speak to the press about the effects of the minimum wage increase on 1 January.
        LJUBLJANA - Slovenian Sovereign Holding will host a conference to present the results of asset management and its expectations regarding the performance of state-owned enterprises.
        LJUBLJANA - The Spanish Embassy, the NGO Femmes Sans Frontieres and the City of Ljubljana will host a debate as part of the campaign against violence against women and girls.
        LJUBLJANA - President Borut Pahor will host a reception to mark the 30th anniversary since the formation of the Democratic Opposition of Slovenia (DEMOS), which won the first multi-party elections in 1990.
        LJUBLJANA - The Week of Dutch Culture will open at the Ljubljana City Library; until 6 December.
        LJUBLJANA - Animateka, an international festival of animated film; until 8 December.

TUESDAY, 3 December
        LONDON, UK - Prime Minister Marjan Šarec will attend a NATO summit marking the 70th anniversary of the alliance.
        LUXEMBOURG, Luxembourg - The EU General Court will start oral hearings related to Slovenia's legal action against the European Commission for granting Croatia a derogation enabling it to use the wine name Teran.
        BRUSSELS, Belgium - Public Administration Minister Rudi Medved will attend a meeting of EU ministers in charge of telecommunications that will focus on next-generation mobile networks.
        BRUSSELS, Belgium - Justice Minister Andreja Katič will attend a session of the EU's Justice and Home Affairs Council.
        LJUBLJANA - Integrity Days, a series of events organised by Transparency International Slovenia in the run-up to International Anti-Corruption Day; until 5 December.
        LJUBLJANA - The Education Ministry will present the first results of the latest PISA study of student performance.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Home Policy Committee will debate a report on illegal migrations.
        LJUBLJANA - The opposition New Slovenia (NSi) will host a debate on digitalisation.
        LJUBLJANA - Admission will be free at most Slovenian cultural institutions in honour of the birth anniversary of Romantic poet France Prešeren.

WEDNESDAY, 4 December
        LJUBLJANA - The three-member presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina headed by Željko Komšić will pay a visit at the invitation of President Borut Pahor.
        BRUSSELS, Belgium - Finance Minister will attend a session of the Eurogroup.
        BRUSSELS, Belgium - Infrastructure Minister Alenka Bratušek will attend a meeting of EU ministers in charge of energy.
        NAPLES, Italy - Environment Minister Simon Zajc will attend a Barcelona Convention ministerial.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Defence Committee will debate a motion by the Left to immediately cease Slovenia's military involvement in Afghanistan.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Labour Committee will debate amendments to parental care act that would extend paternal leave and raise minimum parental leave allowance.
        LJUBLJANA - The Government Office for Slovenians Abroad will mark the 25th anniversary since its founding with a ceremony.
        LJUBLJANA - Thirty years since the signing of an agreement establishing the Democratic Opposition of Slovenia (DEMOS), which won the first multi-party elections in 1990.
        LJUBLJANA - The Employment Service will release registered unemployment figures for November.

THURSDAY, 5 December
        BERLIN - Parliamentary Speaker Dejan Židan will start a two-day working visit to Germany.
        BRUSSELS, Belgium - Finance Minister will attend a session of the EU's Economic and Financial Affairs Council.
        LJUBLJANA - Weekly government session.
        LJUBLJANA - The Institute for the Study of Gender Equality will present the results of a study of gender equality in European politics.
        LJUBLJANA - The French Institute in Slovenia will host a conference on women in science.
        LJUBLJANA - The Chamber of Trade Crafts and Small Business will celebrate its 50th anniversary by conferring awards to the best small businesses and tradesmen.
        LJUBLJANA - AmCham Slovenija will pick the winner of its Best of the Best competition.

FRIDAY, 6 December
        LJUBLJANA - IMAD, the government's macroeconomic think-tank, will present the first national report on productivity.

SATURDAY, 7 December
        LJUBLJANA - An award ceremony will be held as part of animated film festival Animateka.
        LJUBLJANA - The Mendelssohn Chamber Orchestra from Hungary will perform in honour of the 100th birth anniversary of composer Janez Bole(1919-2007).

SUNDAY, 8 December
        No major events scheduled.

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