Extractions: Administrative divisions: 60 provinces (pokajine, singular - pokajina) Ajdovscina, Brezice, Celje, Cerknica, Crnomelj, Dravograd, Gornja Radgona, Grosuplje, Hrastnik Lasko, Idrija, Ilirska Bistrica, Izola, Jesenice, Kamnik, Kocevje, Koper, Kranj, Krsko, Lenart, Lendava, Litija, Ljubljana-Bezigrad, Ljubljana-Center, Ljubljana-Moste-Polje, Ljubljana-Siska, Ljubljana-Vic-Rudnik, Ljutomer, Logatec, Maribor, Metlika, Mozirje, Murska Sobota, Nova Gorica, Novo Mesto, Ormoz, Pesnica, Piran, Postojna, Ptuj, Radlje Ob Dravi, Radovljica, Ravne Na Koroskem, Ribnica, Ruse, Sentjur Pri Celju, Sevnica, Sezana, Skofja Loka, Slovenj Gradec, Slovenska Bistrica, Slovenske Konjice, Smarje Pri Jelsah, Tolmin, Trbovlje, Trebnje, Trzic, Velenje, Vrhnika, Zagorje Ob Savi, Zalec Independence: 25 June 1991 (from Yugoslavia)
Slovenia: Government, Unions Fail To End Strike - Boston.com Sep 28, 2010 Slovenian public service labor unions have decided to continue their strike after the government refused to abandon plans to freeze their wages for two years. http://www.boston.com/news/world/europe/articles/2010/09/28/slovenia_government_
Extractions: local short form: Slovenija Data code SI Government type emerging democracy National capital Ljubljana Administrative divisions Independence 25 June 1991 (from Yugoslavia) National holiday National Statehood Day, 25 June (1991) Constitution adopted 23 December 1991, effective 23 December 1991 Legal system based on civil law system Suffrage 18 years of age; universal (16 years of age, if employed) Executive branch elections : president elected by popular vote for a five-year term; election lastheld 6 December 1992 (next to be held NA 1997); following National Assemblyelections, the leader of the majority party or the leader of a majority coalitionis usually nominated to become prime minister by the president and electedby the National Assembly; election last held NA November 1996 (next to beheld NA November 2000)
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Extractions: US Newspapers Browse the listing below to find government information for Slovenia, including flags, leaders, and constitution information. Factrover also has complete information on Slovenia at its Slovenia Country Page Slovenia People Slovenia Geography Slovenia Economy ... Slovenia History Government Branches: Executive president, head of state, directly elected for a maximum of two consecutive 5-year terms. Legislative bicameral legislature (Parliament is composed of the National Assembly, with 90 deputies directly elected on party basis for 4-year terms, and the National Council, with 40 members elected by the National Assembly to represent social, economic, professional, and local interests for 5-year terms.) prime minister, head of government, nominated by the president and elected by the National Assembly. Judicial Constitutional Court, regular courts, and a public prosecutor.
Extractions: note: there may be 45 more municipalities Independence 25 June 1991 (from Yugoslavia) National holiday Independence Day/Statehood Day, 25 June (1991) Constitution adopted 23 December 1991, effective 23 December 1991 Legal system based on civil law system Suffrage 18 years of age; universal (16 years of age, if employed) Executive branch
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Extractions: Slovenia enjoys excellent relations with the United States and cooperates with it actively on a number of fronts. From 1998 to 2000, Slovenia occupied a non-permanent seat on the United Nations (UN) Security Council and in that capacity distinguished itself with a constructive, creative, and consensus-oriented activism. Slovenia has been a member of the UN since May 1992 and of the Council of Europe since May 1993. Slovenia signed an association agreement with the EU in 1996 and became a full EU member state on May 1, 2004. Slovenia officially became a member of NATO on March 29, 2004. Slovenia is a member of all major international financial institutionsthe International Monetary Fund, the World Bank Group, and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Developmentas well as 40 other international organizations, among them the WTO, of which it is a founding member. Since the breakup of the former Yugoslavia, Slovenia has instituted a stable, multi-party, democratic political system, characterized by regular elections, a free press, and an excellent human rights record. Slovenia is a parliamentary democracy and constitutional republic. Within its government, power is shared between a directly elected president, a prime minister, and a bicameral legislature (Parliament). Parliament is composed of the 90-member National Assemblywhich takes the lead on virtually all legislative issuesand the National Council, a largely advisory body composed of representatives from social, economic, professional, and local interests. The Constitutional Court has the highest power of review of legislation to ensure its consistency with Slovenia's constitution. Its nine judges are elected by the National Assembly for single 9-year terms.
Extractions: note: there may be 45 more municipalities Independence: 25 June 1991 (from Yugoslavia) National holiday: Independence Day/Statehood Day, 25 June (1991) Constitution: adopted 23 December 1991 Legal system: based on civil law system; has not accepted compulsory ICJ jurisdiction Suffrage: 18 years of age; universal (16 years of age, if employed) Executive branch: chief of state: President Janez DRNOVSEK (since 22 December 2002) elections: president elected by popular vote for a five-year term (eligible for a second term); election last held 10 November and 1 December 2002 (next to be held in the fall of 2007); following National Assembly elections, the leader of the majority party or the leader of a majority coalition is usually nominated to become prime minister by the president and elected by the National Assembly; election last held on 9 November 2004 (next National Assembly elections to be held in October 2008)
Extractions: games, quizzes Editor's Favorites Search: Infoplease Info search tips Search: Biographies Bio search tips Share World Countries ... Slovenia Next Map of Slovenia President: Prime Minister: Borut Pahor (2008) Land area: 7,780 sq mi (20,151 sq km); total area: 7,827 sq mi (20,273 sq km) Population (2010 est.): 2,003,136 (growth rate: -0.1%); birth rate: 8.9/1000; infant mortality rate: 4.2/1000; life expectancy: 77.1; density per sq mi: 257 Capital and largest city (2003 est.): Ljubljana, 258,000 Other large city: Maribor, 92,400 Monetary unit: Slovenian tolar; euro (as of 1/1/07) Index Slovenia Main Page Slovenia Peacefully Gains Independence From Yugoslavia Slovenia occupies an area about the size of the state of Massachusetts. It is largely a mountainous republic and almost half of the land is forested, with hilly plains spread across the central and eastern regions. Mount Triglav, the highest peak, rises to 9,393 ft (2,864 m). Parliamentary democratic republic.
Extractions: This is a service of a digital news provider setRoots('http://www.einnews.com/navig_menu.php?key='); Tuesday November 16, 2010 Home News by Country News by Topic Editor's Picks ... All Slovenia News Sections setRoots('http://www.einnews.com/navig_menu.php?key='); Sort by: relevance (24 hours) relevance date Prime Minister ... to stand by the region, but calls for active participation of people of Koroška" 16 Nov 2010 12:46 GMT ... the Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia , Borut Pahor, paid an official visit to ... of regular and intensive dialogue at the political level and underlines mutual interest in enhancing ... Pahor outlined the commitments of the Slovenian Government in adopting and introducing reforms, while the ... Slovenian Prime Minister attends the 20th anniversary of ... Railwaymen Trade Union 16 Nov 2010 12:46 GMT
Politics Of Slovenia - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia The politics of Slovenia takes place in a framework of a parliamentary representative democratic republic, whereby the Prime Minister of Slovenia is the head of government, and of a http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Politics_of_Slovenia
Extractions: Slovenia Prime Minister ... Elections Regions Municipalities Politics of the European Union Foreign relations ... edit The politics of Slovenia takes place in a framework of a parliamentary representative democratic republic , whereby the Prime Minister of Slovenia is the head of government , and of a multi-party system Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is vested in the parliament. The Judiciary is independent of the executive and the legislature. Slovenia has little politcal instability. Main entrance in the Slovenian Parliament Building. This article is outdated . Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. Please see the talk page for more information. (November 2010) As a young independent republic Slovenia pursued economic stabilization and further political openness, while emphasizing its Western outlook and central European heritage. Today, with a growing regional profile, a participant in the
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Extractions: University of Maribor Janez Drnovšek (pronounced [janɛz dr̩nɒuʃɛk] ; May 17, 1950 – February 23, 2008) was a Slovenian liberal politician , President of Yugoslavia Prime Minister of Slovenia (1992–2002) and President of Slovenia (2002–2007). He was born in Celje Slovenia , then the Socialist Republic of Slovenia . He died on February 23, 2008 in
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