On September 9th, 2022, the general director of RTV Slovenia, Andrej Grah Whatmough, submitted a formal proposal to the union negotiating parties for the inclusion
No more freedom of speech in Slovenia! Former Demokracija magazine editor Biščak and external collaborator Škorc convicted for satirical writing!
The hearing in the Škorc commentary (gloss) case concluded at the Ljubljana District Court (Slovenia). The former editor-in-chief of Demokracija Jože Biščak and the former
SDS amendment: State-owned companies should sell electricity only to users in Slovenia. The coalition rejected the amendment.
Considering that Slovenia is almost self-sufficient in the production of electricity, and the companies that produce it are owned by the state, citizens and companies
In the middle of last week, the rectorate of the University of Ljubljana sent to the public a statement from the University in support of
A plaque bearing the names of the four world leaders who were the first to visit Ukraine after the start of the war was unveiled
Filippo Grandi, the UN’s High Commissioner for Refugees said at an event in Italy that restrictive legislation, barbed wire and blockades at sea are considered