The following schedule was prepared by the STA:
MONDAY, 2 March
LJUBLJANA - The National Assembly will start its monthly plenary with a Q&A session with the outgoing government.
LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Health Committee will discuss Slovenia's preparedness for a coronavirus outbreak.
BRDO PRI KRANJU - European Crisis Management Commissioner Janez Lenarčič will pay a working visit and attend a celebration marking Civil Protection Day.
LJUBLJANA - Insurer Zavarovalnica Triglav will present preliminary financials for 2019.
KOPER - Port operator Luka Koper will speak about plans for this year after posting disappointing 2019 results.
TUESDAY, 3 March
LJUBLJANA - The National Assembly will vote on whether to appoint Democrat (SDS) leader Janez Janša as prime minister-designate.
LJUBLJANA - Ljubljana Mayor Zoran Janković and eight co-defendants will be arraigned in a case related to the suspected misuse of EU funds in the construction of the Stožice sports complex.
LJUBLJANA - A Japanese-Slovenian conference will debate the humanistic aspects of a concept dubbed Society 5.0.
LJUBLJANA - The the organisers of the feminist and queer festival Red Dawns will declare the results of a poll for the most sexist statement of 2019.
WEDNESDAY, 4 March
LJUBLJANA - Interior Minister Boštjan Poklukar will host an informal ministerial of the Brdo-Brijuni process dedicated to regional cooperation in the fight against human trafficking.
ZAGREB, Croatia - Outgoing Defence Minister Karl Erjavec will attend an informal EU ministerial; until 5 March.
LJUBLJANA - The National Assembly will debate legislative amendments tabled by the Democrats (SDS) in January that would reintroduce conscription.
LJUBLJANA - The central bank will host a debate on open banking featuring Governor Boštjan Vasle and the director of the Slovenian Bank Association Stanislava Zadravec Caprirolo.
LJUBLJANA - The Economy Ministry will hand out its annual awards for business excellence.
LJUBLJANA - The Employment Service will release registered unemployment figures for February.
LJUBLJANA - The Engineering Chamber will host an event to celebrate the first World Engineering Day.
LJUBLJANA - The start of year-long celebrations of the tenth anniversary of the Slovenian Art Cinema Network.
THURSDAY, 5 March
ZAGREB, Croatia - Outgoing Foreign Minister Miro Cerar will attend an informal session of EU foreign ministers.
LJUBLJANA - The National Assembly plenary will wrap up with a vote on a bill submitted by 59 MPs to change the electoral system in line with a landmark Constitutional Court ruling.
BRUSSELS, Belgium - Environment Minister Simon Zajc will attend a session of the EU's Environment Council discussing the European Green Deal.
LJUBLJANA - The feminist and queer festival Red Dawns will open; until 8 March.
FRIDAY, 6 March
LJUBLJANA - The National Council will host a debate on the financing of municipalities. The leaders of five parties are expected participate.
KOPER - Logistics group Intereuropa will release preliminary business results for 2019.
SATURDAY, 7 March
LJUBLJANA - Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli will perform at Stožice Arena.
SUNDAY, 8 March
No major events are scheduled.