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The Left Will Take Even More Money From The Taxpayers

While advanced countries reward work and the business sector, Slovenia, under the current government, rewards non-work while destroying economic activity through high taxation. The Left party’s recent proposal would cost the taxpayers even more money. The lower unemployment benefits should also work as a sort of motivation for people to get employed. But this, of …

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Kordiš Admits Out Loud That He Supports The “Dismantling Of The Nation, The Family, Private Property And Free Enterprise”

“What good is patriarchy if you can have ‘the dismantling of the nation, the family, private property and free enterprise.’ For everyone, not just the select few,” read a statement by the Left party (Levica) MP Miha Kordiš. He published a photo on Facebook from the so-called “rally” organised by the Institute of the 8th …

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They Said That New Ministries Would Not Require More Employees – But The Left Party Is Now Looking For Reinforcements

Now that we are living in times of Freedom, there will be enough jobs for all, hoped the voters who naively voted for the left-wing saviours on the 24th of April. There will indeed be no shortage of jobs – but apparently only for the right people. And when we talk about the right people, …

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The Left Party Helped Approve A Law That Will Legalise The Secret Surveillance By The Tax Inspectors

Before the holidays, the government of Robert Golob surprised the wider Slovenian public by announcing an amendment to the Financial Administration Act, which contains a highly controversial provision that allows the Financial Administration of the Republic of Slovenia to secretly track cargo (and, therefore, citizens, too) without a judge’s order. The law was initially opposed …

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In The Spanish Media: Janša Has Revealed The Connection Of Slovenian NGOs With The Left And The Parallel Mechanism

The Spanish media NTV España summarised the debate of the leader of the Slovenian opposition, Janez Janša, on the much-anticipated book The São Paulo Forum’s Cultural Warfare, which was launched at the end of the year. The book is a starting point for a debate on the causes, consequences, and possibilities of a successful resistance …

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Presidential Candidate Kordiš: People With A Far-Right Worldview Also Do A Worse Job In The Professional Part Of Their Calling

“I am in favour of demilitarisation. Slovenia is not under military threat and does not need an army. These resources could be better spent where we are actually at risk: for healthcare, care for the elderly, housing and social security. However, despite demilitarisation, I would preserve the nuclei that can train citizens for a general …

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The Type of Bravery That Only the Left Party Is Capable Of: They Proposed a Referendum on Higher Wages, But Then Got Scared of Their Own Idea

After the government decided at a meeting of the government’s Committee on the Economy that it does not oppose the Levica (the Left) party’s idea to call a consultative referendum on changes to the Personal Income Tax Act, the Left changed its mind. Namely, the far-left party does not believe that it would be right …

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Unacceptable Behaviour in the Temple of Democracy: Members of the Radical Levica Party Had Gone Completely Wild

“What is important here, banging on desks and screaming, and what else? Why is any of this necessary? You are adults who can communicate in a cultural way. I am chairing the session today,” said Iva Dimic, the chairwoman of the Committee on Education, Science, Sport and Youth, at the committee’s recent session. Right after …

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Another Defeat for the Constitutional Arch Coalition: Justice Minister Dikaučič Survives the No-Confidence Vote

The Minister of Justice, Marjan Dikaučič, successfully passed the vote of no confidence, which was filed against him by the opposition LMŠ, SD, Levica and SAB parties, and the independent MPs. Namely, 42 MPs voted in favour of the vote of no confidence, while 28 voted against it. In order for the vote to succeed, …

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How Would the Radical Levica Party Reimagine the Slovenian Healthcare System? In the Style of Venezuela!

Despite the fact that all of the most developed countries in the world with the highest-quality healthcare systems have a robust private healthcare system in addition to the public one, the Levica party (the Left) is clearly once again wishing they could have their favourite healthcare system from the dreamy Venezuela, Cuba and North Korea …

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