Delo poll: Pirc Musar and Logar favourites in presidential race
Ljubljana – Lawyer and ex-Info Commissioner Nataša Pirc Musar and opposition SDS MP and ex-Foreign Minister Anže Logar would make it to the run-off if the presidential election was held now, according to a survey pollster Mediana has carried out for the newspaper Delo. Freedom Movement vice-president Marta Kos would place third.
Previous FM Anže Logar to run for president in autumn election
Ljubljana – Previous Foreign Minister Anže Logar announced on Monday he will run for president in the autumn election. He has the support of his party, the opposition Democrats (SDS).
MPs reject referendum on changes to government bill
Ljubljana – The National Assembly rejected in a 52:23 vote on Tuesday the opposition Democrats'(SDS) proposal to consult voters in a referendum whether the government should restructure its departments and expand them or not.
SDS says government already trampled on constitution
Ljubljana – Opposition SDS MP Branko Grims has accused the Robert Golob government of trampling on the constitution as soon as it came to power; he cited its demand to compile lists of staff that were hired during the previous two governments and the interior minister’s withdrawal of consent for the suits regarding anti-government rallies.
Kangler denies allegations of interference in police work
Ljubljana – The parliamentary commission investigating suspicion of political interference in the work of police interviewed Interior Ministry State Secretary Franc Kangler on Friday. Kangler denied during a four-hour session allegations about his unwarranted interfering in either the work of police or staffing decisions.
Left files complaints against SDS, media, police commissioner
Ljubljana – The opposition Left filed on Wednesday criminal complaints against the ruling Democrats (SDS) and “its media network” for suspicion of a systemic spread of non-truths, leader of the Left’s deputy group Matej T. Vatovec said. The party also pressed charges against Police Commissioner Anton Olaj for suspicion of abuse of office.
No parliament debate on opposition Left’s political programme
Ljubljana – Speaker Igor Zorčič will not call a plenary session to debate the opposition Left’s party programme after the coalition Democrats (SDS) and New Slovenia (NSi) requested this last week, arguing the programme contained elements suggesting the Left could act against the country’s constitutional order.
Djukanovic called Dodik to threaten him, and that resulted in...?
Namely, according to Govedarica, Milo Djukanovic warned a Serb member of the BiH Presidency that all members of his party and him personally would banned from entering Montenegro if the Republika Srpska Parliament adopts the Declaration on the Position of Serbs in Montenegro.
Unsupervised Intelligence Service Worries Bosnian MPs
Opposition MPs say parliament's lack of control over the work of the country's intelligence agency is worrying.
The joint committee of Bosnia's state-level parliament, which supervises the work of the Intelligence Security Agency, has been without a chair for months because of political disagreements.
Bosnian Serb Party Demands Top Court's Reform
The Serbian Democratic Party, which is part of the governing national coalition in Bosnia and Herzegovina, said it will present a proposal for a new law on the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The proposal will be submitted during the next session of parliament's House of the Representatives, Aleksandra Pandurevic, an SDS MP, told BIRN on Tuesday.
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