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Slovenia's Janša defeated by opposition liberal Freedom Movement
The Freedom Movement only launched in January, but has built on growing anger at populist Prime Minister Janez Janša, accused of authoritarianism and restricting freedoms.
Watch: Populist PM Jansa could be ousted as Slovenians go to polls
Jansa's conservative Democratic Party is being challenged by a new Freedom Movement, led by Robert Golob, with the two groupings just a percentage point apart in opinion polls.
Jansa on Russian invasion: 'If EU isn't enlarging, somebody else does'
"Now it's obvious that if the European Union is not enlarging, somebody else does, and this is not bringing more peace and more security to the continent," Janša said.
EU leaders must pay attention to civic freedoms in Slovenia | View
Thirty years after the EU formally recognised Slovenian independence, one of its former champions is presiding over an erosion of press freedom and civil society. Act now before it's too late, warns CIVICUS researcher Aarti Narsee.
Slovenia: Gastronomy and innovation in a truly green and pleasant land
Hidden gems, mesmerising food combinations, and rhubarb toothpaste. Slovenia is a must-see. Let's eat.
Slovenian locals urge authorities to tackle crime in Roma settlement
Slovenian authorities have now started to implement intensive controls, with the help of horseback units and Roma police officers.
Rule of law in the EU: Is Slovenia following Hungary's path?
The European Parliament adopted a critical resolution on the backsliding of EU values in Slovenia, without the votes of the powerful EPP centre-right group.
Slovenia halts Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine after woman's death
Experts have confirmed that the death of a 20-year-old woman in September was linked to the jab, said Slovenian health minister Janez Poklukar.
Beyond the pandemic: the outlook for European small business
Climate change, digitalisaton and dealing with the ongoing disruption caused by COVID were the top topics at this year's SME Assembly in Portorož Slovenia - Europe biggest event for entrepreneurs and small business.
Slovenia eyes possible lockdown as COVID-19 infections surge
Health Minister Janez Poklukar said hospital beds have been filling up as the country logged the highest number of daily cases since January.
'Words are not innocent,' says Dutch MEP, after Janez Janša slur
Sophie in't Veld noted that she was singled out in a social media attack by the Slovenian prime minister on the same day a British MP was stabbed to death.
Janša pushes far-right conspiracy theory in Twitter attack on MEP
Slovenia's prime minister accused 13 MEPs - one of which died earlier this year - of being “Soros puppets in the EU parlement (sic)".
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EU enlargement, migration and rule of law - Janez Janša gives his take
After a one-day EU summit in Slovenia on the 6th of October to discuss the bloc's potential enlargement of the six remaining Western Balkans countries, little progress was made. Prime Minister of Slovenia, Janez Janša, gives his insight on the process and the pressing matters within the bloc.
Slovenia: Police clash with COVID-19 protesters ahead of EU summit
Protesters seemed wanted to draw more attention to their rally by demonstrating on the eve of a key EU Balkan summit.
EU chief prosecutor accuses Slovenia of justice interference
Slovenia was the sole EU member state that failed to name two prosecutors to join the European Public Prosecutor's Office.
Slovenian news agency director quits role over government pressure
The head of the Slovenian STA news agency has said that he "cannot accept the conditions imposed" by the country's government.
Slovenia temporarily suspends use of Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine
Just 47% of Slovenian adults have been inoculated, a much lower protection rate than the EU average of 64%.
Thousands demonstrate against new health pass measures in Slovenia
Around 8,000 gathered in Ljubljana to demonstrate against new COVID-19 restrictions in the largest ever protest in Slovenia.
The European project helping to reduce the impact of flooding in Slovenia
In the last decade, Slovenia has experienced reoccurring floods. But since 2014, the basin of the Drava River and its tributaries have benefited from a European project involving the dredging, widening and containment of these rivers to protect and strengthen the surrounding areas.
Slovenia builds biggest charcoal pile in Europe
Slovenia is laying claim to lighting the biggest charcoal pile in Europe near the town of Dole pri Litiji in the country’s heartland. It is four meters high and has a circumference of 42 meters.
Slovenia: Low cost luxury stays in Europe’s best kept secret
This country has a wealth of undiscovered food, culture and nature experiences.
Slovenia water law referendum seen as test for government
At the centre of the dispute is a provision regulating the construction of buildings, including hotels, shops and restaurants, close to the sea, rivers or lakes.
Slovenia's Jansa takes over EU presidency amid fears for rule of law
Slovenia takes the European Council's helm for the next six months, but its populist prime minister has increasingly clashed with Brussels over democratic values.
Is freedom of the press at threat in Slovenia?
Are journalists being censored and intimidated in Slovenia? The Prime Minister of the next country to hold the Presidency of the European Council has come under fire for waging a war on the media. Journalists, the authorities, and citizens tell their stories about press freedom in the country.
Estonia, Lithuania and Poland help migrant patrols at Slovenia border
Officers from Estonia, Lithuania and Poland will be deployed to the Slovenia-Croatia border.
Tsikhanouskaya wants focus on fight for democracy in Belarus
On a timely visit to Slovenia, Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya called for sustained international focus on the struggle for democracy in her home country.