Next Week in Slovenia: 2 - 8 March, 2020

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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 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.

 

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