What the Papers Say: Monday, 04 March 2019

Below is a review of the headlines in Slovenian dailies for Monday, 04 March 2019, as summarised by the STA:


Cancer week
“Let us live long and quality lives after beating it”: More than 14,000 people in Slovenia get cancer each year and the number is rising due to the ageing population. Preventive care should not be neglected. (front page, 2)

EU Commission legacy
“What is the legacy of Juncker’s Commission?”: The first opinions on the Commission’s ending five-year term are mostly highlighting its flirting with political bias. An obvious case was its attitude in the Slovenia-Croatia border arbitration dispute. (front page, 5)

“Impoverished Caracas joins forces against hunger”: Self-organised groups that have gotten tired of the state’s promises and are implementing their own type of socialism in the poverty-stricken parts of Caracas will also be joining today’s opposition protests. (front page, 7)


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