Morning Headlines for Slovenia: Monday, August 1 2022

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This summary is provided by the STA:

Justice minister vows to monitor restrictive measures adoption

LJUBLJANA - Justice Minister Dominika Švarc Pipan has vowed to keep a close eye on the government's work if new restrictive measures will need to be imposed due to a surge in coronavirus cases. Talking to the STA, she also said she advocated the suspension of unconstitutional proceedings launched against individuals under the previous government.

Low-profile memorial event to be held at Russian Chapel

KRANJSKA GORA - A low-profile memorial event was held at the Russian Chapel below the Vršič mountain pass honouring the memory of Russian POWs who perished while building the pass during the First World War. Because of the war in Ukraine, only members and friends of the Slovenia-Russia Association gathered for this year's event, whereas in the past the annual memorial had been a high-level event, with Vladimir Putin attending in 2016.

Development of eGovernment in Slovenia close to European average

LJUBLJANA - Slovenia placed well within the European average at 19th out of 35 countries as the European Commission published the latest results of its regular eGovernment Benchmark comparative analysis of eGovernment services development in the EU and another eight countries for 2022. Slovenia is below average in terms of the digitalization rate, but above average regarding the use of internet in society.

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