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Imagine What The 6.3 Million Euros Given To NGOs Would Do For Healthcare

“The 6,280,000 euros that will be distributed to politically selected (non-)governmental organisations is not only enough to finance 30 outpatient clinics or family medicine teams, but it is also enough to take care of 50,000 people at the primary level. And then they say that healthcare is a priority,” economist Dr Matej Lahovnik criticised the …

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Analyst: You Can Expect The Emergence Of Left-Wing Terrorism In Slovenia

“So, when this system starts to collapse in on itself, you can expect the rise of left-wing terrorism. The terrorist protest being organised in Ljubljana poses a serious security risk, as ties are being forged between the real terrorists and the amateur revolutionaries of Slovenia, which, once they lose their grip on the country, will …

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At The Time Of Post-Flood Rehabilitation, The Ministry Of Culture Launched Another Call For NGOs

Taking money from the pockets of taxpayers and dividing it among certain groups is the priority of the current government. As we know, pensioners are the last on their list, and the first on their list are non-governmental organisations, among which they will once again distribute 600,000 euros. The Ministry of Culture has published a …

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How The Ministry Of Public Administration Is Financing The Political Actions Of The NGOs

Thursday, the 7th of September 2023, marked the deadline for applications to the call for proposals for the co-financing of the development of non-governmental organisations. The call was and remains controversial, as it earmarks millions for the development of NGOs in the post-flood period. The money would have been much more wisely spent on repairing …

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While Citizens Are Left To Their Own Devices While Coping With The Rising Costs And Inflation, More Than 6 Million Euros Will Be Made Available For Education For Non-Governmental Organisations?!

We have a government that was able to win because of the help of non-governmental organisations, which is why the said government mainly gives money to NGOs, which even write legislation for it. And on the other hand, we will get pensions that are higher by 5 euros than before, wages that are 130 euros …

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Golob’s government will “fund” non-governmental organisations even more generously, but there will be no money for urgently needed projects

“In the month of October, we foresee the publication of two important tenders that encourage: the integration of non-governmental organisations in the international space and partnership cooperation of non-governmental organisations in international projects and professionalisation in volunteer organisations,” the Ministry of Public Administration wrote on Twitter. It is not known exactly what the tender should contain …

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NGOs in full swing

2,000 Sudanese, Somalis, and Yemenis are expected to land in the next two weeks, but Egyptians and Bengalis remain at the top of the list of the most numerous ethnic groups arriving. Grain shortages and the economic crisis caused by the war in Ukraine are plaguing the main countries of origin and transit, which export …

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The Leggeri affair: Does the EU want NGOs to guard Europe’s borders?

Frontex, the European Border and Coast Guard Agency, whose mission is to defend Europe’s borders, has once again found itself embroiled in a political scandal. It is not the first time. In January 2021, Frontex announced its exit from Hungary because of the immigration policy of Viktor Orbán’s government. A departure that was preceded by …

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The NGOs Are Carrying Out Russian-Like Terror Over the Right-Wing Electorate

The ancestors of Slovenian leftists learned about political engagement directly and indirectly through the forces of Moscow. Together with the Yugoslav communists, Slovenian communists did not learn the basics of Marxism in the Soviet Union but rather the classic terrorist methods of intimidating the civilian population.  The Communist International (Comintern) selected only the tried and …

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Where are the NGOs to condemn Russian aggression? Are they really just fighting for their millions?

NGOs like to talk when human rights are allegedly violated in Slovenia, and when “censorship” and “pressures” on freedom of speech and media reporting are carried out. Although it is clear that these allegations have no basis in reality, as we are witnessing constant attacks on the government and the export of imaginary stories abroad, …

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